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RULES OUT Christian Eriksen's exit from Inter Milan and says 'nobody will leave' the club this month amid rumours of Tottenham return as he urges midfielder to 'come out of his shell' after stunning free kick against rivals AC Milan Christian Eriksen will not be leaving Inter Milan in January insists   The struggling star scored a stunning free kick against rivals AC Milan this week  He has been linked with a return to Spurs after struggling to adapt to life in But Conte ruled out any exits and said Eriksen has quality to succeed at the club

By Oli Gamp For Mailonline

Published: 12:47 GMT, 27 January 2021 | Updated: 12:47 GMT, 27 January 2021


Inter Milan boss says struggling midfielder Christian Eriksen is going nowhere this month after he netted a superb free kick against rivals AC Milan. 

Eriksen has been with the Italian giants for less than a year but has failed to reproduce his dazzling midfield displays from his Tottenham days, and has been heavily linked with a return to north London. 

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Arsenal have been mooted, while PSG are said to be interested in a move that would reunite him with  former boss Mauricio Pochettino. But Conte has poured cold water on reports that Eriksen is heading away from the San Siro, insisting there will be no comings or going in the January transfer window.

Christian Eriksen has been heavily linked with a move away from Inter this month

But his manager Antonio Conte says no player will leave in January

Inter Milan midfielder Christian Eriksen (L) won't be leaving this month, says (R)

Inter downed their local rivals AC on Tuesday night after a 2-1 win in the Coppa Italia, with Eriksen firing in an excellent set-piece in the 97th minute to clinch the victory.

When asked about the possibility of Eriksen departing after his performance, Conte told RAI Sport: 'For a month now I've been saying the same thing: this is the Inter squad. Nobody will

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