Daniel Levy would certainly be open to re-signing Christian Eriksen from Inter Milan in a sensational Tottenham transfer.
That is according to ex-England defender Danny Mills, speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs about the prospect of the Denmark playmaker making a shock return to Spurs.
This site revealed on Monday that intermediaries have offered Eriksen to Spurs as well as other leading Premier League sides ahead of the January window.
Inter are keen to trim their wage bill and need to raise funds through player sales or offloading big earners on loan.
Eriksen has been a major disappointment in Italy after establishing a reputation as one of the outstanding attacking midfielders in the world during his seven years at Spurs.
Asked by Football Insider whether he can see the Dane moving back to north London, Mills said: “If the deal is right.
“I’m pretty sure if Daniel Levy is getting a bargain, having made some money on him already, they’ll certainly look at it.
“He’s a player of quality, that knows the club inside out so there’s every chance.
“It would certainly be foolish to rule it out immediately.”
At Inter, Eriksen has not made the impact that Antonio Conte and the Inter hierarchy had hoped when he was prised from Tottenham in January of this year for a fee of around £17million and landed a £200,000-a-week contract.
He has failed to score or assist from his seven appearances this season, and was an unused substitute in yesterday’s 1-1 draw against Atalanta.