On the same day that Flamengo officially signed Gabriel’s contract, Inter Milan announced the arrival of a reinforcement for their offensive sector. On Tuesday, the club confirmed the deal with Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen, who was at Tottenham.
Eriksen signed a contract until June 30, 2024 with Inter. And although the amounts involved in the transaction have not been revealed, the Italian club will certainly use a good part of the resources that Gabriel will receive from Flamengo to reinforce himself with the Dane.
Eriksen’s signing for Inter Milan was facilitated by the approaching end of his contract with Tottenham, which would end at the end of the 2019/2020 season, when he could transfer for free to another team. So, as the player had previously indicated his desire to change his mood, the English club chose to negotiate it.
The 27-year-old has been with Tottenham since 2013, when he joined the London club from Ajax, after winning the Dutch Championship three times in a row. For Tottenham, Eriksen played 304 games, with 69 goals scored and 85 assists, having been an important part of the European Champions League finalist team last season. In the current, he played 28 matches and scored three goals.
In addition, Eriksen has already defended the Denmark team on 95 occasions, having been called up for the 2010 and 2018 editions of the World Cup and also for the 2012 Euro Cup.