Wolves have reportedly opened talks with the representatives of Christian Eriksen.
Eriksen has been with the Italian giants for one year after sealing a £17 million transfer from Tottenham Hotspur (BBC Sport), but it hasn’t worked out for the 28-year-old.
Eriksen has struggled to fit into Antonio Conte’s system, and has scored just four goals and made three assists in 38 apperances.
The player has admitted to his struggles at Inter, and the club’s chief executive Beppe Marotta is on record as saying Eriksen can go if the offer is right (BBC Sport).
Prior to his struggles in Italy, Eriksen had nearly spent seven years at Spurs, making 305 appearances for them and scoring 69 goals and making 89 assists.
Eriksen could be great signing
Depending on what Inter would be asking for, Eriksen could be a great January addition for Wolves.
He’s not had a great past year, but he may feel he has unfinished business in the Premier League, a competition which he has obviously proven his quality in.
Midfield is a slight concern for Wolves at the moment – as good as Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho and Leander Dendoncker can be at times, there is a real lack of productivity in terms of goals and assists.
In theory, Eriksen can bring the creativity and goalscoring from deep that has been lacking.