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Spurs set for 46% profit on Christian Eriksen as Sky Italy claim he will triple wages at Inter Milan
By Rob S -

Christian Eriksen is set for a bumper payday when he moves to Inter Milan… and Tottenham look like they will do quite well out of the deal too.

The longest transfer saga of the winter is seemingly drawing to a close, with Sky Sports reporting that the Denmark playmaker is closing in on a £16.8m switch to the San Siro.

Considering Eriksen could leave for free if he waited until the summer, that is not a bad price. In fact, it would actually see Spurs make a 46% profit.

Of course, that 46% does not factor in inflation, which has been particularly high in the football world since 2013, when BBC Sport reported that Eriksen’s move from Ajax had cost Spurs a tidy £11.5m.

Still, £16.8m isn’t bad all things considered.

Daniel Levy may have played a blinder but Eriksen’s agent has performed even better. That opinion is based on information from Sky Italy that claims he will treble his wages to earn £260,000 per week, rising to a possible £320,000 including bonuses.

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4 responses to “Spurs set for 46% profit on Christian Eriksen as Sky Italy claim he will triple wages at Inter Milan”

  1. Billy the yid says:

    Levy played a blinder😂😂😂😂. The nearest that statement will get to the truth is he gets us another player who is actually blind. Short memories. He wanted 130m at the start of the summer, so he’s actually down 114m and that’s playing a blinder????

  2. Eleventstonedidiots says:

    Levy played a blinder did he? If Levy had invested in the team to win trophies I’m certain Eriksen would have stayed put. Instead he sees a move to play in a team with Ashley Young in an inferior league with pensioners like Zlatan as a better option. Levy is silly kant

  3. James McKevitt says:

    If he returns to form Inter have a bargain and Spurs have dropped maybe £40 million as he would be worth fifty to sixty million on the open market. Nice pay day, shows up how much the players paid for their part in the project by not receiving fair market rates.

    • Cabspur says:

      Im sure he will return to form and be a lot happier .Im not going to give him s h i t for the last years performances ,i will try to remember he was a key component in an excellent football team for 3 years ,,on half pay.