Italian outfit Inter have offered Christian Eriksen a four-year contract and are preparing to submit a €20m bid to Tottenham this month.
The Denmark international is in the last six months of his contract in north London and is free to talk to clubs abroad over possible moves at the end of the season.
Tottenham have even given Eriksen a measly €20m price tag as they look to avoid losing him on a free transfer, with The Guardian's Fabrizio Romano confirming that the asking price is being considered by Antonio Conte's Inter.
The Italian side initially approached Eriksen's agent,
Gianluca Di Marzio adds that Inter could even look to offer Uruguay international
The Nerazzurri have already held talks with Eriksen's agent, while Paris Saint-Germain are also expected to hold talks in the coming days.
It's unknown if Harry Kane's recent injury could impact Tottenham's stance over selling Eriksen this month, although an extra €20m (roughly £17m) would assist the club in their efforts to find a stop-gap during the January transfer window.
Spurs have most notably been linked with a move for AC Milan striker