Inter Milan chief in London to seal Man Utd, Chelsea and Tottenham transfer deals

Inter Milan chief Piero Ausilio is in London as he aims to wrap up a trio of Premier League deals.

The Italians are hoping to ensure they leave with signatures from Ashley Young, Olivier Giroud and Christian Eriksen, reports the Daily Mail .

Inter were knocked off top spot in Serie A at the weekend having led for large periods, but are keen to add new faces as they look to topple Juventus.

Ausilio’s primary target is Eriksen, whose Tottenham exit has long looked like a formality.

The north London side don’t want to let the Dane go on a free so are doing what they can to find a buyer this month and want around £20m.

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Inter though are hoping to get Eriksen for considerably less and with his contract down to its final six months they are in the driving seat when it comes to negations.

Giroud is another player they are looking to drive a hard bargain for as he targets a reunion with Antonio Conte.

The pair worked together at Chelsea for a short period and it could take as little as £4m to lure the striker away from Stamford Bridge.

Christian Eriksen and Ashley Young are two of Inter Milan’s three targets
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The Frenchman is keen to make the Euro 2020 squad and knows his chances will be hindered if he continues to play back-up to Tammy Abraham.

Young is the third and final player on Ausilio’s wishlist, although the deal will take some reviving with Manchester United keen to retain their skipper this month.

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The 34-year-old rejected the offer of a one-year extension at Old Trafford and is keen to move to Milan.

Should a deal fail to materialise this month then Young will look to sign a pre-contract agreement which would see him join the Italian side in the summer.


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