Tottenham Hotspur never wanted Christian Eriksen to leave as he remained one of their very best players right until his departure in January 2020. Eriksen ended up moving to Inter Milan for a low fee, but now that he is unable to play in Serie A due to laws surrounding his cardiac arrest from Italian lawmakers, his contract was terminated and he is now without a club and on the look with all clubs in Italy off the table.
A move for Spurs back in 2013 when they initially signed him was seen as a steal on one of Europe's most valuable youngsters. Now, at 29, it would be a move for one of the continent's most creative players completely for free and for a star who once upon a time boasted one of the Premier League's most impressive goal contribution outputs.
Eriksen was part of the Mauricio Pochettino sides that finished second twice in the Premier League and made it to the Champions League final in 2019. In total, he played 305 times for Spurs, scored 69 goals, and registered 90 assists in what was one of the most impressive stints a player has had with a Premier League club in the past decade, and the Dane soon reached legendary status with the club with not many able to bring in this goal contribution record during their Premier League days.
There's no reason Eriksen wouldn't want the move with the likes of Harry Kane still there along with the elite manager in Antonio Conte. However, should other clubs also come in for him, then time will tell, but in reality, just as Dele Alli's struggles continue, it makes sense for both club and player, and perhaps Eriksen's family as well with them spending seven years in London.