Inter Milan midfielder Christian Erisken has reportedly been offered at a cut-price to Arsenal and a number of other Premier League sides.

Inter are keen to offload the out-of-favour Dane in the January transfer window after his underwhelming first year at San Siro.

Eriksen, 28, moved to the Serie A giants on a four-and-a-half year deal last January for £16.9million after choosing not to sign a new contract with Tottenham.

But he has started just 11 league games for the club and has struggled to adapt to life under Inter boss Antonio Conte, also failing to register a goal or assist this season.

Eriksen is pushing for a move away from Inter

While Tottenham have ruled out re-signing Eriksen, ESPN reports the former Ajax star has been offered to many Premier League clubs including Arsenal.

The report adds Eriksen would consider joining the Gunners despite spending six-and-a-half seasons playing for their local rivals Spurs.

Arsenal appear to be short of creative options in attacking midfield and are without a league goal from open play in over seven hours of football.

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The midfielder is reportedly open to joining his former north London rivals

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Manager Mikel Arteta may be tempted by the opportunity of signing Eriksen at a bargain price, as it is believed he could be available for just £12million.

Inter chief Giuseppe Marotta confirmed the player - who scored 69 goals in 305 appearances for Spurs - wants to leave earlier this week.

Marotta told DAZN : "We can't keep a player who at the moment is asking to be sold. We will make the right evaluations.

"At the moment he's available and Conte is using him in a way that is respectful of the club. Offers? At the moment they have yet to arrive. Should that change we will try to find the right combination."

Meanwhile, Eriksen admitted earlier this month his move to Italy had not panned out as he had envisioned.

"This isn't what I dreamed of," he said. "It is a bit of a strange situation, as the fans want to see me playing more and so would I, but the coach has different ideas and as a player I have to respect that."

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