Inter and Tottenham have reportedly agreed a fee for Christian Eriksen, who appears set to say his goodbyes in north London.
The Christian Eriksen saga could reach an end point as soon as Monday.
Reports in Italy indicate the midfielder's move to Inter is all but complete and a medical has been scheduled.
Eriksen's uncertain future has troubled Tottenham since well before Mauricio Pochettino's departure, with the Denmark international due to become a free agent at the end of the season.
TOP STORY – ERIKSEN DEAL AGREED
Eriksen, 27, will undergo a medical in Milan at the beginning of next week, according to various reports in Italy.
CalcioMercato claims Tottenham owner Daniel Levy has accepted an offer from Inter worth €15million ($24.2m AUD), plus €5m ($8m AUD) in add-ons.
Eriksen's new contract will reportedly run through to 2024 as the playmaker looks for a fresh start after growing stale in the Premier League.
If the move goes ahead, he will become Antonio Conte's third signing of the January transfer window after wing-backs Ashley Young and Victor Moses.
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