Tottenham are making plans to bring back ex-midfielder Christian Eriksen to white hart lane

Tottenham are making plans to bring back ex-midfielder Christian Eriksen to white hart lane

According to Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham is considering a move and even thought of bringing him back in the summer.

But the arrival of Gareth Bale curbed their desire to get Eriksen.

It does appear Inter want to hold onto Eriksen, but if his form does not improve in the next few months, they may be amenable to the transfer as well.

"This one I know, Tottenham fans will get crazy but there was a chance to see Christian Eriksen back to Tottenham this summer," Romano told the Here We Go podcast.

"On July, it was the start of July, when Inter Milan and Tottenham started to talk about the situation of [Tanguy] Ndombele and Milan Skriniar, it was really complicated from day one.

"In fact Inter didn't sign Ndombele and Tottenham didn't sign Skriniar. But during the first discussions, someone from Tottenham asked if there was the possibility to get Eriksen back on loan.

"Inter immediately said, 'No we won't sell a player on loan after signing him for €20m five months ago.' It was really complicated.

"But Tottenham asked for him, so pay attention for the future I would say. If Eriksen is not in Antonio Conte's plans or an important player for him, pay attention to Tottenham because they are still thinking to him.

"Obviously Gareth Bale, it becomes something different. They are not similar players but in the mentality of Jose Mourinho, they are the kind of players that are not perfect for his style of football.

"Bale is an exception, we are talking about a top player, it's something different and something fantastic for Tottenham.

"But Eriksen after Bale is difficult, it was two months before signing Bale."

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