Inter Milan are offering Christian Eriksen a yearly salary of €7.5m (£6.4m) as they attempt to sign him from Tottenham Hotspur, per Gazzetta dello Sport.
Eriksen is wanted at the turn of the year by the Italian club, despite his contract expiring at the end of the season.
And the report states that they are prepared to pay him £6.4m a year, which works out at £123,743-per-week.
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Bonuses will be included on top of that and mark a severe reduction in the €10m (£8.5m) salary Eriksen was said to be seeking in the summer.
The Denmark international is said to have agreed terms with the Serie A giants and all that is left is for Inter to agree a fee with Spurs; €20m (£17.1m) is said to be the asking price.
This is not great for Eriksen.
While it is a major increase on his current £75,000-per-week wages, per Spotrac, he has turned down a bigger offer from Spurs.
Football Insider previously reported that he was offered £230,000-per-week to stay in north London and is now set to earn just over half that in Italy.
His initial demands would have earned him £211,000-per-week if he was angling for a salary of £8.5m, but he has been forced to come down from that bracket because Inter are the only club interested at the turn of the year.
It could be seen as a humiliation for Eriksen, who initially set his sights on a move to either Real Madrid or Barcelona, per FFC sources.
Now, though, he will surely be heading to Italy, earning less than what he could have earned if he’d chosen to stay at Spurs.
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