Inter Milan CEO Beppe Marotta has confirmed the Denmark International, Cristian Eriksen is free to leave Inter Milan in January.

Eriksen arrived at Inter Milan last January billed as the man to provide a creative spark that could prompt a Serie A title challenge at the Giuseppe Meazza. However, his form has been poor since making the switch from Tottenham Hotspur and there has been widespread speculation that manager Conte is ready to ax him out.

The above information has now been confirmed by the club’s Chief Executive Office himself, Marotta, who says Nerazzurri is prepared to listen to offers for the Denmark international.

“Yesterday, Conte answered in a very comprehensive way”. Said Marotta with the head coach having already been asked about Eriksen’s long-term career at the club.

“I clearly add that we will not hold a footballer back if they ask to be transferred. We will have to make the right evaluations. Conte is using Eriksen with respect for the players and the club. At the moment, no offers have arrived. But at the appropriate time, we will try to make the right decisions”.

Above all, Marotta also made it known Eriksen has not caused any problems and neither has he asked to leave. However, the midfielder suggested the best solution may be parting of ways.