Inter Milan will decide the future of Christian Eriksen, says Conte

The future of midfielder Christian Eriksen seems to be entirely in the hands of Inter Milan, who will make a decision on the availability of the player once the January window opens. The former Tottenham midfielder has been a major flop for Inter after moving to the San Siro for around £ 17 million. He has failed to make any impact and manager Antonio Conte has subsequently dropped him from the squad. After signing a four-year contract, Eriksen is not under a great deal of pressure to seek a move away from Inter, who have publicly stated that the midfielder may not have a future at the club.

The Danish midfielder has to play regularly to feature for the national team. After making only 12 appearances for far for Inter, there is little option available for the midfielder. A few weeks ago, CEO Giuseppe Marotta confirmed that Eriksen will be listed on the market in January. The latest appearance for the midfielder came in the 2-1 loss against Sampdoria, when he came on as a substitute in the last 20 minutes. This seemed to suggest that Inter were still considering the possibility of retaining the player in the hope of seeing him come good. However, there is interest from Paris St Germain, who recently appointed former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.


AS Roma are playing a consecutive huge game as they have been pitted against fellow league heavyweights Lazio. The game will see players from both sides clash intensely and is expected to be an eye-catching game as well.

After their hard-fought draw against second-placed team Inter Milan, Roma will be looking to build upon that by giving their best to conquer a Lazio side that are also in the running to make a strong claim in the Italian Serie A this season.


Italian football top flight leaders AC Milan have reportedly made a bid for a midfielder plying his trade in Italian football in a bid to boost their title challenge between now and the rest of the season. The Rossoneri have surprised a lot of Italian football enthusiasts with their form in the Italian Serie A this season. They are the only unbeaten team in the Italian football top flight after fifteen matches and they have a one-point lead at the top of the Italian football top flight standings.

Hellas Verona player Mattia Zaccagni is the Italian football midfielder attracting the interest of AC Milan and fellow title rivals Napoli. The AC Milan bid for the player was disclosed by II Corrieredello Sport. It was revealed that the seven-time European champions have made a €12m for the Hellas Verona star and that they are open to the option of loaning him back to his club for the rest of this season. Napoli are also in talks to sign the player who has been in fine form in Italian football. MattiaZaccagni has scored four goals in addition to four assists in 15 league outings for Hellas Verona this season and his contracted to the club until next summer.


The draw for the under-21 Euros tournament has been concluded and teams have now known their opponents. The current holders of the title are Spain and they will be looking to defend their title by all means.

Spain have been drawn in the same group as Slovenia, Italy, and the Czech Republic as they all contain Group B. In Group A, Germany and the Netherlands have been drawn alongside Hungary and Romania.


Premier League legend Cesc Fabregas could have been playing in Italian football rather than in the French Ligue 1 after the Spaniard revealed that he had two offers from the clubs in Italian football before he made the decision to leave the Premier League for France at the start of last year. Fabregas talked about Italian football clubs during an exclusive interview with Italian football news portal Tuttosport.

Fabregas, 33, could have been playing in the Italian Serie A if he opted for Italy ahead of France. According to him, he spoke to both AC Milan and Napoli before signing for French giants AS Monaco. The Spanish international left Chelsea to sign for Monaco on a two-and-a-half year deal for an undisclosed fee during the midpoint of the 2018/19 campaign. He could still play in Italian football if the clubs are still interested in him. His Monaco contract expires next summer and he's on course to become a free agent if the 2004 Champions League finalists don't offer him a new contract.

Christian Eriksen can leave Inter if required, says Marotta

Inter Milan chief executive officer Beppe Marotta has admitted that midfielder Christian Eriksen will not be tied down to the club from January. He says that the midfielder can leave the San Siro if required. The Denmark international came to the club only in last January on a free transfer from Tottenham. He was seen as the player who can bring a creative spark to the Italian outfit and help challenge for the league title. This, however, has to be the case since the form experienced by the midfielder has been quiet poor and this has resulted in the loss of a first-team spot.

Antonio Conte does appear to have given up on the midfielder. The manager recently said that Christian Eriksen had been given a lot of opportunities without making an impression and it is unlikely that he would receive more such options in the first-team.


As many as four players could be missing for Napoli manager GennaroGattuso ahead of their league meeting with league leaders AC Milan this weekend. Gattuso has been able to mastermind a decent start for Napoli in the Italian top flight this season and the upcoming test will be determine their status as far as the league title is concerned.

Ibrahimovic determined to win silverware with AC Milan next season

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has emphasised his desire to win silverware with AC Milan after signing a contract extension with the club. The 38-year-old joined the Rossoneri on a short-term deal in January and he contributed 10 goals and five assists from 18 appearances as the club qualified for the Europa League.

He has now put pen-to-paper on a new contract until June 2021 and has expressed his desire to win some kind of silverware with the San Siro outfit, he told the club’s official website: “The choice to return to Milan? I’ve come here to bring Milan back to where it should be and I’ll do everything to achieve our objectives. We need to work hard and make sacrifices but I think in the last six months of last season everyone understood what is needed to achieve our objectives. But we must not forget, we haven’t won anything, yet. In my mind, my objective is always to win something, that’s my objective, I start the season intending to win… To win, simply put.”

Who Will Win the Golden Gloves in 20/21?

The 2020/21 Serie A has commenced, with Juventus looking to win their 10th Scudetto in a row. There are some brilliant strikers in the league who will get all the attention, but we have to remember that keepers play a huge role when it comes to helping their team challenge for silverware.

You can have the best strikers in the world, but your keeper is no good, then you will not be winning many trophies. In this article we take a look at who we think will be competing for the Golden Glove this season.