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Ronin
28 Jan 20, 13:04
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It's official!


CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN IS A NEW INTER PLAYER
The Danish midfielder joins the Nerazzurri on a permanent deal from Tottenham. He has signed a contract lasting until 30 June 2024
28/01/2020
MILAN – Christian Dannemann Eriksen is officially a new Inter player. The Danish player, born in 1992, joins the Nerazzurri on a permanent deal from Tottenham and has signed a contract lasting until 30 June 2024.

Creating space where there shouldn’t be any. Osvaldo Soriano described this type of footballer as the prophets and poets of the game. Christian Eriksen started creating space, seeing it and designing it at the age of three, when his father Thomas took him onto a pitch and put a ball at his feet in Middlefart, Funen Island, Denmark, just a few kilometres from Odense, the town of another Christian: Hans Christian Andersen.

A few fairy tales and plenty of football. Dad was the coach and stimulating young Christian’s creativity was not necessary. He grew up admiring the Laudrup brothers and following his mother Dorthe’s advice. He had an innate ability to make create connections with his teammates, to invent ways of playing and scoring goals. He moved to Odense at the age of 13 and was earmarked as a young prodigy. He spent three years there, with the eyes of many European clubs fixed upon him. He had a few auditions, but still felt strong ties to his home nation.

Young and talented: that combination, almost as if part of the course of nature, brought him to Amsterdam and to Ajax. He refined his technique, enhanced his vision and improved his balance and coordination. He learned an important lesson that would stick with him throughout his career: don’t take anything for granted, keep having fun and keeping training your instinct to influence a game. Eriksen soon became a key fixture in the first team. His numbers began to reflect his ability: he won a Dutch Cup, a Dutch Super Cup and most impressively three Eredivisie league titles. He paved the way for Ajax’s successes with his assists, including one in a decisive match at the end of a season. If you look at Eriksen’s goals, you can lose track of his number of key passes which led to goals. In 163 appearances for the Lancieri, he scored 32 goals and provided 65 assists.

He was instinctive but cerebral, with the burning need to feel as involved as possible in matches when he was on the pitch. His career journey took him from Amsterdam to London as he joined Tottenham in 2013. A new challenge in a different league and on an important stage. He immediately became a cornerstone of the Spurs side, scoring regularly (from a minimum of eight to a maximum of 14 goals per season). He helped inspire the team to the 2019 Champions League final. But it’s in the numbers where you can really see Eriksen’s incredible growth: he was directly involved in 113 goals during his time in North London. Since his debut in the Premier League he provided 62 assists (more than anybody else), created 571 chances (more than Ozil and Hazard), scored 23 goals from outside the area and eight free-kicks (he tops the charts in both these two categories). A fantastic return.

Eriksen has long been a key figure for the Danish National Team: he has made 95 appearances and scored 31 goals for them so far, including a hattrick in Dublin which sent Denmark to the 2018 World Cup. And speaking of World Cups, Christian flew out to South Africa in 2010 as the youngest member of the Danish squad. His coaches have always appreciated, beyond his extraordinary technical ability, his generous and team-focused nature. Eriksen himself was born on Valentine’s Day in a great year for Danish football, 1992, when Denmark became European champions.

From Middlefart, where his local team now play on a pitch built thanks to funds received from his transfer from Ajax to Tottenham, Christian Eriksen now heads to Milan, where he will become the fourth Danish player in Inter’s history (after Harald Nielsen, Thomas Helveg and Patrick Olsen).

All Inter fans would like to take this opportunity to warmly and enthusiastically welcome him and wish him all the best in his adventures in the Nerazzurri shirt. #WelcomeChristian!
https://www.inter.it/en/news/2020/01/28/official-christian-eriksen-inter-player.html

Hasan
28 Jan 20, 13:06
Slow Macedonian

Shark
28 Jan 20, 13:06
Thank god it wasn't Pajo who opened the thread :trolldad:

Welcome Eriksen!!

Inter App and inter.it are down :lol:

diamen
28 Jan 20, 13:07
:epicwin:

Universe
28 Jan 20, 13:07
500 Internal Server Error
502 Bad Gateway

Hahaha inter.it is down :lol:

Pipka
28 Jan 20, 13:09
Big things are expected but a truly great player has arrived :epicwin:

Devious
28 Jan 20, 13:09
https://media1.tenor.com/images/bea1dbec426fb4a0c5a621406f341728/tenor.gif?itemid=4408173

monster09
28 Jan 20, 13:09
Pajo :lol:

Il Drago
28 Jan 20, 13:11
We're 8 years late but we're finally getting a proper Sneijder replacement. Welcome aboard Christian!

diamen
28 Jan 20, 13:11
any info about jersey's number?

edit
photo with Steven:
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EPXuhaIX0AIw7AS?format=jpg&name=large

brehme1989
28 Jan 20, 13:11
He geniunely is excited. Cannot wait for him to rediscover his love for the sport in a new environment where football is more appreciated.

thatdude
28 Jan 20, 13:12
Ruthless from Ronin :lol:

Poor Pajo

nutsncider
28 Jan 20, 13:12
5163

Nero Indigo
28 Jan 20, 13:13
This will probably be the first time I will confidently choose a positive prediction in the poll. I hope he finds his form quickly and takes our game to the next level. Steal of the season!

Big Willy
28 Jan 20, 13:13
Dicks out everyone!!

Welcome you handsome bastard, he's going to tear it up.

alvaro
28 Jan 20, 13:14
Massive respect for Marotta and co for getting this deal through. No matter what you might think of the transfer taking so long to complete, it doesn't undervalue the fact we got a classy creative midfielder in his prime for meager 20mil€ (and agent fees and wages ofc). I'm fully aware his performances have been on the decline but I'm also sure he's eager to go and show his worth in a new club, league and environment.

Il Drago
28 Jan 20, 13:14
any info about jersey's number?

edit
photo with Steven:
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EPXuhaIX0AIw7AS?format=jpg&name=large

Not yet but i have a feeling he will choose #22.

Pajo
28 Jan 20, 13:14
yOQqBMz70iM

I can still close it and open new one. :oblivious:

Delicate
28 Jan 20, 13:15
He took number 24.

ElDuccio
28 Jan 20, 13:15
One of the biggest player to fear. Just like when we played against Tottenham the last season, where he made a wonderfull assist for Kane (that missed in front of the goal) and the decisive goal in the second game. Now, after only 1 season, he's playing for us, amazing. :proud:

Sokrates
28 Jan 20, 13:15
So we can sell him in the summer for a big plusvalenza :troll:

Tursan
28 Jan 20, 13:16
Welcome champ! Facci sognare

Shark
28 Jan 20, 13:17
He took number 24.

Something to do with kobe maybe?

That idiot Vecino hasn't left yet. I would have liked Eriksen to take the #8

Nero Indigo
28 Jan 20, 13:19
He took number 24.

KOBE!!!!! :cry:

Il Drago
28 Jan 20, 13:19
He took number 24.

Fuck. Gresko. Gamarra. Rivas. Benassi. Murillo.

Pajo
28 Jan 20, 13:20
Slow Macedonian

Someones got to work tho.

rockball
28 Jan 20, 13:21
A transfer like this involved 2 big things.

Convincing the player.

Negotiating with the club.

Neither of these would have been straightforward. Full props to Marotta for getting it done. Of course we wish it could have been sooner, but I think you have to commend Marotta in managing the entire deal.

dax21
28 Jan 20, 13:23
He took number 24.

https://www.fcinter1908.it/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2016/01/09/25/e52744aeb85478556ed19d067e3ccd5a-24562-d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e.jpg
https://i.redd.it/b4rgt6ovw7k31.jpg

Ronin
28 Jan 20, 13:24
Added poll.

jamsieboy86
28 Jan 20, 13:28
Fantastic signing, Scudetto here we come!

diamen
28 Jan 20, 13:31
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EPXy2XTXkAAszzg?format=jpg&name=large

Lionheart
28 Jan 20, 13:31
Fuck the mods for having exclusive rights for opening player threads tbh. The power needs to go back to the people.

Christian Eriksen, a very warm welcome to you from the FIF community. Fingers crossed for you to be a boss here


:interflag:

CafeCordoba
28 Jan 20, 13:32
Welcome! Set the Italy on fire, like you set England.

Hasan
28 Jan 20, 13:35
Someones got to work tho.

Price of marrying schoolgirl :D

PHM1605
28 Jan 20, 13:35
Eriksen :proud: I cant believe he finally joins us. I havent dare talked a single word showing my expectation on this deal to avoid jinxing it.

Huge kudo to Marotta. Beast move to prove his true level.

Alex de Large
28 Jan 20, 13:35
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EPXwmGnXkAAjWDK?format=jpg&name=900x900

_Ivan_
28 Jan 20, 13:41
Finally!! This reminds of signings like Sneijder, Eto'o.. Amazing move :slick:

ElDiego22
28 Jan 20, 13:41
YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSS!!!


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=trS2nrkN0_k

Lui
28 Jan 20, 13:43
Statistically, he's our worst player ever as he has cost us 6 points without a single appearance.

Get to work.

Sent from my SM-A520W using Tapatalk

Campione
28 Jan 20, 13:49
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EPXwmGnXkAAjWDK?format=jpg&name=900x900

:lol:

KevinB
28 Jan 20, 13:54
https://media1.tenor.com/images/67139c56b727742c67cf83571686e1e3/tenor.gif?itemid=5739091

Fuck yes, what an amazing signing. This really shows how much we've grown as a club since our downfall. From Mudingayi, Gargano, Guarin, Kuzmanovic, Medel, ... To this kind of marquee signing.


Welcome Christian! Reignite our Scudetto dreams!

William
28 Jan 20, 14:02
Real quality player arriving just adds to hope and feeling that we are almost back to competing again! Back to being Inter!!

Welcome Eriksen!!!!

alvaro
28 Jan 20, 14:02
SHOW US THE FUCKING PRESENTATION VIDEO NOW I CANT STAY HARD FOR EVER.

Jane The Virgin
28 Jan 20, 14:08
6 months ago, nobody dared to dream for this player.

Imagine someone even saying "oh God I hope we get Eriksen in January...".

Brehme would be the first to elaborate with 7km post that that's practically impossible, followed by browha who would say the same but in two sentences... Followed by me, you, him, her, everyone. Everyone saying something in the lines of "get real man, Eriksen is a Barca type of player".

How did this happen I have no idea.
.

Universe
28 Jan 20, 14:09
Loan him to Genoa for 6 months so he can adapt to the league.

Anne Marie
28 Jan 20, 14:09
https://www.google.com.vn/amp/s/www.sportbible.com/football/news-transfers-tottenham-troll-inter-milan-immediately-after-they-sign-eriksen-20200128.amp.html

:lol:

crzdcolombian
28 Jan 20, 14:13
Super excited about the transfer hope he tears it up but waiting to see how much we are paying him
A season. Rumors are 5-10 million euro a season

Also while exciting Conte playing him at LWB or some
Thing stupid like that is a scary thought.

Now a rotation between Sensi/Barella and putting less pressure on those two is great now let’s get a Brozo vice and fuck the old zebra bitch with no lube

Adriano@10
28 Jan 20, 14:14
https://www.google.com.vn/amp/s/www.sportbible.com/football/news-transfers-tottenham-troll-inter-milan-immediately-after-they-sign-eriksen-20200128.amp.html

:lol:
Either me or the reporter have no idea what the words savagely and troll mean.

hitmax
28 Jan 20, 14:15
https://www.google.com.vn/amp/s/www.sportbible.com/football/news-transfers-tottenham-troll-inter-milan-immediately-after-they-sign-eriksen-20200128.amp.html

:lol:
:yao:

acroMacho
28 Jan 20, 14:17
So fucking incredible. I am so excited, show us your power. Welcome !

Ronin
28 Jan 20, 14:22
https://www.google.com.vn/amp/s/www.sportbible.com/football/news-transfers-tottenham-troll-inter-milan-immediately-after-they-sign-eriksen-20200128.amp.html

:lol:
Absolute madlads, they TROLLED us so HARD.

forzainter257
28 Jan 20, 14:24
Loan him to Genoa for 6 months so he can adapt to the league.

knowing what they have Radu and Pinamonti turned into, I would rather send him to Sampdoria instead

Wobblz
28 Jan 20, 14:35
Absolute madlads, they TROLLED us so HARD.
Some might label Tottenham Twitter admin as a savage and I'd be the first one to agree. I'm butthurt beyond belief. #rekt

forzainter257
28 Jan 20, 14:39
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EPX1Gc9XsAASROB.jpg:large

Lionheart
28 Jan 20, 14:41
Those pictures in the theatre and...


"Your elegance is about to meet its match"

Probably the best presentation line ever said. Simply brilliant. The amount of appreciation towards the player it shows.



The fact that this club is basically saying to the world "We have been doing a major remodeling and now we have a very interesting project which we would like you to be a part of. To all the brilliant, hungry players (Lukaku, Lautaro, Eriksen, Barella etc.) who seek THE adventure of their career and want to be a key cornerstone in our future success."

If I was a player I would've also picked this Inter over Real, Barca, etc. They're a bigger club, but you'll just be another player like a dozen already there. Whereas here, we want YOU to be a major driving force in our club's and your career achievements.

I've never felt so optimistic about this Inter since the treble. :proud: I'd even go that far to say that in terms of the alignment of management/coach/players/the team chemistry/the project, its in the Liverpool ballpark.

Wobblz
28 Jan 20, 14:42
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceY1Qwk1FCU

Besnik
28 Jan 20, 14:45
Welcome to the Inter family! :heart:

We have a new master of the midfield with his arrival. Let's hope Eriksen will succeed here and have a great adventure. The excitement is so high and feels so good to have Inter back on track.

Though by making these kind of moves, expectations get a little higher so we should be aiming trophies now. Hopefully the glory is ahead of us.

:interscarf:

danz
28 Jan 20, 14:47
Well cum. Gonna fuck my wife hard n deep tonight

eduzee
28 Jan 20, 14:52
Absolutely marvelous purchasing. Thanks for everyone who made this happen.

Kakaroto
28 Jan 20, 14:55
Well cum. Gonna fuck my wife hard n deep tonight

Centimeters deep.

Javier'sSon
28 Jan 20, 14:56
Now this is something to turn around the recent negative vibes with all the shitty draws and freakin Moses and Young. Tonight's dish of porn is def Danish as one would expect.

ElDuccio
28 Jan 20, 14:57
Opta - Eriksen is the midfielder that created the most chances in the Euro 2020 qualifer


but but..but but but.. i thought he sucks in the last 2 years... :(

J..
28 Jan 20, 15:15
Man, I'm so proud. The by far best Danish footballer in the last 20 years have decided to come here as he thinks our project is worth it.

He is tired of not winning trophies in London and he believes we are the right club for him to achieve it.

Velkommen Kong Christian. Det er fantastisk.

:proud:

Materazzi_23
28 Jan 20, 15:15
Either me or the reporter have no idea what the words savagely and troll mean.

Someone who is fan of fuckin Bristol City can't be taken seriously.

crzdcolombian
28 Jan 20, 15:20
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EPX1Gc9XsAASROB.jpg:large

Haha no one was willing to buy him for 20 other than us... you guys think he is the most valuable player in Italy!!

Also no Ronaldo. I’d take 35 year old Ronaldo over 3 or 4 of those players listed

J..
28 Jan 20, 15:22
Opta - Eriksen is the midfielder that created the most chances in the Euro 2020 qualifer


but but..but but but.. i thought he sucks in the last 2 years... :(

He was a beast in that qualification tournament. I will never forget the way he destroyed Ireland.

firmino
28 Jan 20, 15:23
Haha no one was willing to buy him for 20 other than us... you guys think he is the most valuable player in Italy!!

Also no Ronaldo. I’d take 35 year old Ronaldo over 3 or 4 of those players listed

for what this stuff is worth, transfermarkt does.

Adriano@10
28 Jan 20, 15:24
Haha no one was willing to buy him for 20 other than us... you guys think he is the most valuable player in Italy!!

Also no Ronaldo. I’d take 35 year old Ronaldo over 3 or 4 of those players listed

Thats football italia and not us guys!! Also he just signed a new contract which obviously increased his value massively the reason no one wanted to pay 20 but as was that there was a chance of getting him for free.................

A

Materazzi_23
28 Jan 20, 15:24
And Ronaldo is due to his age valued at 75M

Forzanerazzurri
28 Jan 20, 15:25
Haha no one was willing to buy him for 20 other than us... you guys think he is the most valuable player in Italy!!

Also no Ronaldo. I’d take 35 year old Ronaldo over 3 or 4 of those players listed

Troll account?

Hasan
28 Jan 20, 15:26
Haha no one was willing to buy him for 20 other than us... you guys think he is the most valuable player in Italy!!

Also no Ronaldo. I’d take 35 year old Ronaldo over 3 or 4 of those players listed


#enjoyInterNews

dax21
28 Jan 20, 15:26
Haha no one was willing to buy him for 20 other than us... you guys think he is the most valuable player in Italy!!

Also no Ronaldo. I’d take 35 year old Ronaldo over 3 or 4 of those players listed

Transfermarkt evaluates Ronaldo at 75m as well. The value is arbitrary but the meaning is objective, his value only decreased since joining Juventus. No CL trophy last season + him aging, it's only logical.
There is also the often overlooked detail that Ronaldo's price also warrants a 30m tip to the player in form of his salary per year. So his price will always be way larger than what is implied.

yoszee
28 Jan 20, 15:32
Centimeters deep.

20 centimeters or 4 inch better?

Howl
28 Jan 20, 15:37
Yeaa Boiiii :slick:

Nyall
28 Jan 20, 15:38
Legendary signing.


The best midfield purchase since Sneijder

Native
28 Jan 20, 15:42
YEET

diamen
28 Jan 20, 15:45
first training photos:
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EPYQgwqVAAA6NBg?format=jpg&name=large
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EPYQgwtU4AMHSXn?format=jpg&name=large
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EPYQgwyU4AASaFr?format=jpg&name=large
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EPYQgwvVUAA-AIu?format=jpg&name=large
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EPYRI8kU4AI8a1u?format=jpg&name=large
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EPYRI9DU4AAABUr?format=jpg&name=large
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EPYRI9CUYAEVYIs?format=jpg&name=large

Eddie
28 Jan 20, 15:46
Look at that smile.... we got new training gear too.

RickyMaravilla'sRightFoot
28 Jan 20, 15:48
Credit to Suning and Marotta for getting us back to a place where such a move is possible.
I would even extend that to Mr. Spalletti and Ausilio.

lulek
28 Jan 20, 16:00
Fuck yeeeeessss !!!! Are you guys even aware of what signing we got?

Fuckkkkkk im gonna cum even withought puting it in

Jane The Virgin
28 Jan 20, 16:02
One can't but wonder if this ultra super saiyan signing was done in January... What's in store for the summer?

Eddie
28 Jan 20, 16:03
Fuck yeeeeessss !!!! Are you guys even aware of what signing we got?

Fuckkkkkk im gonna cum even withought puting it in

Yea man this is the signing that shows the world that we are back.... the appeal to attract greater players is back.

morrisama
28 Jan 20, 16:03
Ronin stole those 35 thanks from Pajo,hahaha. great maneuver man.

Joke aside, i cant believe the day when Eriksen plays for us has finally come.

make us some golazos. help us chasing Rube. and win us something.

grande 2020 winter mercato.

Universe
28 Jan 20, 16:04
Start him against Fiorentina tomorrow you coward.

morrisama
28 Jan 20, 16:11
and no we need Michael to provide us his long ass and fine translated article from GDS about Eriksen

Lui
28 Jan 20, 16:22
They look like rail workers with those stupid shirts and gloves on.

LoDeTeR
28 Jan 20, 16:25
I want have salary as these rail workers :yao:

Nothing
28 Jan 20, 16:25
Aaaahhh yeeess finaaaalllyyyyyyy !!!!!! Next Torreira please

Joker
28 Jan 20, 16:32
Welcome Eriksen.

This reminds me of Sneijder. Hope he follows his success here. Good luck Erik.

DARi0
28 Jan 20, 16:46
https://media.giphy.com/media/kEw54xy73yWYp579qx/giphy.gif

Welcome Dannemann :proud:

https://assets.papelpop.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/julie-cooper.gif

Now let`s win many important trophies together :crazy:

surripere
28 Jan 20, 16:51
Thrilling signing. Back in the big time stuff.

No excuses now Conte

Choppin Onions
28 Jan 20, 17:05
Fucking hell what a signing. Top tier player in his prime joining an exciting project. Optimism is high.

Pharaoh
28 Jan 20, 17:12
this is so fucking exciting!!!!

Campione
28 Jan 20, 17:12
https://assets.papelpop.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/julie-cooper.gif



Gorgeous MILF tbh...

Black Knight
28 Jan 20, 17:16
This signing took me by surprise. Out of fucking nowhere.

varmin
28 Jan 20, 17:20
I haven't seen FIF so much hyped last couple of years. Just imagine what this thread will turn into, if he flops :)

Joker
28 Jan 20, 17:36
Haha no one was willing to buy him for 20 other than us... you guys think he is the most valuable player in Italy!!

Also no Ronaldo. I’d take 35 year old Ronaldo over 3 or 4 of those players listed

Gtfo, and take Ronaldo with you.

Tursan
28 Jan 20, 17:36
I haven't seen FIF so much hyped last couple of years. Just imagine what this thread will turn into, if he flops :)

Nice thing is, even if he flop, which I highly doubt, we could sell him with a profit.

Quaresma77
28 Jan 20, 17:41
the biggest thing since sneijder, Treble 2.0 incoming 2021

Alex de Large
28 Jan 20, 18:03
rube fans be like https://www.instagram.com/p/B73d3Rfo6WA/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet

Gaindé
28 Jan 20, 18:26
Nice thing is, even if he flop, which I highly doubt, we could sell him with a profit.


He won't flop anyway, he will play in a good team with a good coach in a league where Mattia Valoti is a thriving midfielder.

Doffy
28 Jan 20, 18:41
nah, I could see him flop... Hopefully not but :datass:

J..
28 Jan 20, 18:48
This is definitely the transfer that I have been the most excited about since we won the treble.

And what a great and classy presentation the club has made with him. The interview with him standing in front of the platforms filled with trophies just shows the difference between Tottenham and this club. Our owners, our management, our coach and our players are all about achieving silverware. Just as the interview wants to point out.

:proud:

Sassuolu
28 Jan 20, 19:03
I cant see someone of Eriksen's level flopping. The only thing is considering the drawn out saga my enthusiasm for the deal has waned a little.

William
28 Jan 20, 19:20
How long before injured then.... :P

Wallace
28 Jan 20, 19:29
Fantastic signing, the best midfield signing since Sensi.

Wobblz
28 Jan 20, 19:31
Fantastic signing, the best midfield signing since Nainggolan.
Fixd:yao:

firmino
28 Jan 20, 19:53
The best midfield signing since sneijder, and probably on par with that.

Guz
28 Jan 20, 20:26
Welcome, maestro.

Not only is this a brilliant signing, but it also represents a statement from the club about its renewed ambitions. After years of hardship and constraint, Inter are once again able to sign a top talent in his prime years. And that's because we finally have the means and the sporting project necessary to attract them. If you consider that, no longer than a year ago, we still almost had to beg in order to get scrubs on loan + option, you realise how far we've progressed in such a short time. A big shout out to the Zhang family, the management, and all those who worked to make it possible. We still have a long way to go, but thanks to their efforts I finally feel we're on the right track again. Ad maiora!

Take your seats, ladies and gentlemen. The performance is about to begin.

Shark
28 Jan 20, 20:48
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPxHqJepags

William
28 Jan 20, 21:01
Where was the fancy social media video that was the reason for the delayed announcement?

brehme1989
28 Jan 20, 21:09
Where was the fancy social media video that was the reason for the delayed announcement?

:lol:

Do people honestly believe that bs? :lol:


Anyway, those videos always come the next day or within the first week. Don't recall us having one made instantly.

InterFCAustin
28 Jan 20, 22:12
The REAL question is, which journalist is a troll, and which ones really know whats going on, when it comes to inter transfers?

Lionheart
28 Jan 20, 22:44
Y'all read this article. A very good read:

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2020/jan/28/christian-eriksen-inter-spurs-departure


"Eriksen joined Spurs from Ajax in what came to be known as the Bale summer of 2013 – the one in which Gareth Bale departed for Real Madrid and the club spent the £86m proceeds on seven new faces."

Let me put this into perspective: It starts with that notorious Tottenham-Inter CL showdown, where Bale becomes a player everyone wants to have. Real signs him for a world record fee, Tottenham gets the money and buys a few players, also Eriksen, a youngster they like to invest in and help flourish...

...and now we have a full circle when Tottenham has given Inter a world star in his prime, from those summer purchases of 2013.

Fellas, this is some George R.R. Martin shit right here. No writing can be this good and poetic.

:proud: :interflag: :proud:

Shark
28 Jan 20, 22:47
Y'all read this article. A very good read:

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2020/jan/28/christian-eriksen-inter-spurs-departure


"Eriksen joined Spurs from Ajax in what came to be known as the Bale summer of 2013 – the one in which Gareth Bale departed for Real Madrid and the club spent the £86m proceeds on seven new faces."

Let me put this into perspective: It starts with that notorious Tottenham-Inter CL showdown, where Bale becomes a player everyone wants to have. Real signs him for a world record fee, Tottenham gets the money and buys a few players, also Eriksen, a youngster they like to invest in and help flourish...

...and now we have a full circle when Tottenham gives Inter a world star in his prime.

Fellas, this is some George R.R. Martin shit right here. No writing can be this good and poetic.

:proud: :interflag: :proud:

I know there is addionally some story arc in there regarding Mourinho being the coach of Inter Real and Spurs. But I'm too tired to come up with it :P

Puma
28 Jan 20, 23:27
Where was the fancy social media video that was the reason for the delayed announcement?

The delay was not down to the video. We probably subjected him to a second physical to ensure he is up to the task.

I only hope Conte decides to play him and that our coach is still not pining for Vidal.

Welcome Christian!

Here's hoping that you will love your new club, your teammates and our crazy supporters.

Forza Inter!

Bluenine
28 Jan 20, 23:43
I cant see someone of Eriksen's level flopping. The only thing is considering the drawn out saga my enthusiasm for the deal has waned a little.

Depends how you define flopping for a player like this. Any player can flop, even Eriksen. But most likely a "flopping" Eriksen will still be an upgrade to our midfield. His normal level is that high.

The most assists for any EPL player since he joined Spurs, just that stat sums it up.

Anne Marie
29 Jan 20, 00:43
I dont have the football expertise you guys all have. But even I can see that, in a bad day, it would still very hard to take the ball away from Eriksen. He is so deadly smart, sort of like Kaka who does not need a lot of effort to play the ball into a meaningful position where teamates may have chance to do something. It is like singing opera without even trying. There nothing fancy in him, like trivela or particular ways dribbling pass an opponent, but everything he does contains a lot of composure and efficiency. Not sure how Conte would reinvent the formation to fit him in though, he can play in Sensi, Barella or even Lautaro/Lukaku position. Its hard to think about switching to diamond mid with Eriksen-Sensi-Barella-Brozo.

Quaresma77
29 Jan 20, 01:19
Eriksen has scored 28 goals with his right foot, 21 goals with his left foot in the premier league

Universe
29 Jan 20, 01:32
We should obviously play 4312, the best formation according to browha.

Nyall
29 Jan 20, 02:28
Y'all read this article. A very good read:

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2020/jan/28/christian-eriksen-inter-spurs-departure


"Eriksen joined Spurs from Ajax in what came to be known as the Bale summer of 2013 – the one in which Gareth Bale departed for Real Madrid and the club spent the £86m proceeds on seven new faces."

Let me put this into perspective: It starts with that notorious Tottenham-Inter CL showdown, where Bale becomes a player everyone wants to have. Real signs him for a world record fee, Tottenham gets the money and buys a few players, also Eriksen, a youngster they like to invest in and help flourish...

...and now we have a full circle when Tottenham has given Inter a world star in his prime, from those summer purchases of 2013.

Fellas, this is some George R.R. Martin shit right here. No writing can be this good and poetic.

:proud: :interflag: :proud:

Wait until he scores against Atalanta to secure the Scudetto in May.

InterFCAustin
29 Jan 20, 03:01
Wait until he scores against Atalanta to secure the Scudetto in May.
Is it a 90th minute free kick, right outside the box?:)

thoriq_r9
29 Jan 20, 03:31
Haven't been this excited by a signing for so long. I hope he will quickly regain the form that made his reputation. Not too worried about this as physically he looks well, generally injury-free. I'm convinced it's the mental block that caused his dip recently.

Anne Marie
29 Jan 20, 03:44
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kUZhcPGFcA

Respect.

J..
29 Jan 20, 05:14
Lionheart, this article is great aswell https://www.goal.com/story/christian-eriksen-king-of-denmark/index.html

tonyclifton
29 Jan 20, 06:04
Is it a 90th minute free kick, right outside the box?:)

Probably not. Because Biraghi is going to quickly grab the ball and tuck it under his armpit whenever we get a free kick.

Sassuolu
29 Jan 20, 06:18
Steven Zhang himself said less talking and post the presentation video.

Bluenine
29 Jan 20, 08:38
I would love to see Inter try out a diamond midfield at some point:


Eriksen
Sensi--------Barella
Brozovic

Maybe with Martinez out for the next 2 games, we could try this midfield behind Lukaku in a 3-5-1-1. And when Martinez is back, hopefully Conte will show some tactical flexibility and try this midfield in a 4-3-1-2 - which I think is the ideal formation that suits our squad the most.

Sassuolu
29 Jan 20, 08:48
I would love to see this in the weekend:


Lukaku
Sanchez-Eriksen
Young-Barella-Brozo/Borja-Sensi-Candreva

Devious
29 Jan 20, 08:51
The problem is Conte will never change his tactics and long time philosophy because of one player no matter how important he is. As much as I'm excited for this signing but I just can't help but to worry this might not be Conte's cup of tea kinda purchase, not sure where exactly would Erik fits in Conte's system.

I still wish this works out anyway, but tbh I have no clue how.

Universe
29 Jan 20, 08:53
I would love to see this in the weekend:


Lukaku
Sanchez-Eriksen
Young-Barella-Brozo/Borja-Sensi-Candreva

2521? :einstein:

Anne Marie
29 Jan 20, 09:08
Sanchez LM
Biraghi sensi eriksen barella young
Skriniar de Vrij Godin

.h.
29 Jan 20, 09:34
No way we are playing 4 CMs and 2 strikers.

I think its broadly fair to assume we will be 3 CBs for a while, which then restricts the range of formations. 3-5-2 or 3-5-1-1 are most realistic, and I think we do need the two up front.

Adriano@10
29 Jan 20, 09:37
Y'all read this article. A very good read:

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2020/jan/28/christian-eriksen-inter-spurs-departure


"Eriksen joined Spurs from Ajax in what came to be known as the Bale summer of 2013 – the one in which Gareth Bale departed for Real Madrid and the club spent the £86m proceeds on seven new faces."

Let me put this into perspective: It starts with that notorious Tottenham-Inter CL showdown, where Bale becomes a player everyone wants to have. Real signs him for a world record fee, Tottenham gets the money and buys a few players, also Eriksen, a youngster they like to invest in and help flourish...

Pretty sure the game was a notorious EL showdown.

DARi0
29 Jan 20, 10:05
Eriksen has scored 28 goals with his right foot, 21 goals with his left foot in the premier league
There you go + freekick specialist.
https://i.servimg.com/u/f35/18/49/13/04/img_0311.gif

dax21
29 Jan 20, 10:06
pupkyqfElJc

qb4ever_2k
29 Jan 20, 10:11
Ngl I expected a full Bond movie :yao:

Sassuolu
29 Jan 20, 10:23
2521? :einstein:

We'll be keeping possession so well we can lose a defender.

Native
29 Jan 20, 11:15
I love reading jubentuz.com members downplaying this transfer. You just know that the more they trash talk, the more frightened they actually are. :drool:

firmino
29 Jan 20, 11:18
pupkyqfElJc

that 20 second clip a supporter posted on twitter is way better than this.

YoramG
29 Jan 20, 11:31
Pretty sure the game was a notorious EL showdown.

Nah, the game Bale exploded was definitely CL. We were 4-0 at the San Siro then he scored a hat-trick. We did play them again in 2013 in the EL and he left that summer.

monster09
29 Jan 20, 12:06
Anyone knows the complete details of the contract? Like wages, signing on fee.

Adriano@10
29 Jan 20, 12:14
Nah, the game Bale exploded was definitely CL. We were 4-0 at the San Siro then he scored a hat-trick. We did play them again in 2013 in the EL and he left that summer.

You re absolutely right, must have slipped my mind that we also played them in the 10/11 CL. Only really remember the schalke games of that CL campaign!!!!!

Il Drago
29 Jan 20, 12:44
Anyone knows the complete details of the contract? Like wages, signing on fee.

It's rumoured he's going to earn around 10m/season but i haven't read anything about signing on fee. We'll probably know more about it by the end of fiscal year in June.

CafeCordoba
29 Jan 20, 12:45
Anyone knows the complete details of the contract? Like wages, signing on fee.

Salary is apparently 10m€. There's been rumors of 2m€ bonuses added but no specifications and confirmations if it's true.

About the other payable stuff in the transfer, there was a rumor of 10m€ signing on fee to the player side (so signing bonus to the player + commission to the agent). So probably he cost us around 30m€ + salaries for the next 4,5 years.

monster09
29 Jan 20, 13:00
It's rumoured he's going to earn around 10m/season but i haven't read anything about signing on fee. We'll probably know more about it by the end of fiscal year in June.


Salary is apparently 10m€. There's been rumors of 2m€ bonuses added but no specifications and confirmations if it's true.

About the other payable stuff in the transfer, there was a rumor of 10m€ signing on fee to the player side (so signing bonus to the player + commission to the agent). So probably he cost us around 30m€ + salaries for the next 4,5 years.

Thanks guys.

brehme1989
29 Jan 20, 13:14
Eriksen's contract is €7.5m +€1.5m. Similar to Lukaku's.
There's also a report that his contract until June 2020 will be worth €6m net + €500k in bonuses and it will then increase to a total of 9m. Possibly reaching 10m if everything is ticked but the base is not higher than 8 for sure.

firmino
29 Jan 20, 13:39
he's definitely one of those players who are now much more affordable for Serie A teams thanks to the "decreto crescita" law.

Bluenine
29 Jan 20, 14:04
This is the difference of having quality management. Marotta is delivering big time. We have a quality coach, have started building a squad that suits the coach, and now have marquee players like Eriksen joining us. The gap between the value of our squad and what we paid for them keeps on increasing, thats just the bonus of proper management.

Marotta, full respect to you, you miserly genius.

Il Drago
29 Jan 20, 14:06
I hadn't realised people at UK are so salty about this move.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/51298035

I can accept something like that from a football fan. But from a journalist it's simply pathetic.

Batman
29 Jan 20, 14:12
I hadn't realised people at UK are so salty about this move.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/51298035

I can accept something like that from a football fan. But from a journalist it's simply pathetic.

I just got hypertension from reading this due to the high levels of saltiness.

Vertigo
29 Jan 20, 14:17
I hadn't realised people at UK are so salty about this move.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/51298035

I can accept something like that from a football fan. But from a journalist it's simply pathetic.

This is a pathetic black campaign against the whole serie a

Earth
29 Jan 20, 14:20
Well, from what I understand, we've been getting record numbers of interactions/likes/new followers on social media. The club was dead on that front just 2.5 years ago. So that "journalist" can eat shit

Shark
29 Jan 20, 14:29
That's why it rains all the time in England, to dilute the salt.

They are already pissed off that Lukaku is doing well. And now, despite Eriksen's poor form, the general consensus is that he'll do well here in Serie A - this probably drives that whole country mad.


Let's hope Eriksen will excel here. England will then need all the rain in the world.

Earth
29 Jan 20, 14:39
many spurs fans are ungrateful little bitches. their saltiness on twitter was unmatched

dax21
29 Jan 20, 14:41
That's why it rains all the time in England, to dilute the salt.

They are already pissed off that Lukaku is doing well. And now, despite Eriksen's poor form, the general consensus is that he'll do well here in Serie A - this probably drives that whole country mad.


Let's hope Eriksen will excel here. England will then need all the rain in the world.

I thought Eriksen was 32 or 33 years old until very recently, due to all the salty comments from EPL fans that implied he is "so past his prime" etc. I laughed so hard when I wiki'd him up and saw that he is 27, about to turn 28. In fact his birthday is the same day as mine, February 14th.

firmino
29 Jan 20, 14:49
I hadn't realised people at UK are so salty about this move.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/51298035

I can accept something like that from a football fan. But from a journalist it's simply pathetic.

Coming from BBC, it's really appalling.

And just the other day, in their homage to Bryant they showed by mistake another player.

I guess they are just not that good after all.

Jane The Virgin
29 Jan 20, 14:53
I was waiting the welcoming video to be him being a conductor of the orchestra, and close ups of his hands moving with the stick and an immediate cut to a video of him assisting some wow assist, this several time. And some smirk of his at the end.

Something along those lines...

Lui
29 Jan 20, 14:55
If you enjoy in-depth analysis of a playful slogan then this is right up your alley

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Adriano@10
29 Jan 20, 14:58
I hadn't realised people at UK are so salty about this move.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/51298035

I can accept something like that from a football fan. But from a journalist it's simply pathetic.
LOL WTF BBC then again same dudes that showed Lebron in a video announcing Kobe s death so class truly is not their thing.
But WTF how can one not get the dream thing? It s quite obvious that the video is aimed at inter fans and to most of us a player of eriksens caliber was just a distant dream until like a week ago. Fuckwits

Also presentation videos are dead since alexis video at Manu? We made one for every player i can remember since then and not oce did a fucken reporter trash it even if it was way worse then the one we jus put together.

William
29 Jan 20, 15:21
Terrible video!

Wobblz
29 Jan 20, 15:26
Ah, who cares about the video - people are hired and paid to make those videos and they're doing the best they could come up. Could be much worse, that's for sure.

Adriano@10
29 Jan 20, 15:51
Ah, who cares about the video - people are hired and paid to make those videos and they're doing the best they could come up. Could be much worse, that's for sure.

Agreed i d also like to mention that we probably had less time for the video now when we sign a player in jan when we have a game every 3 days. The video should not be our main focus and especially eriksen should loose as little time as possible with the video as there are 100 more important things for him to do and we re on a tight schedule.

On another note anybody knows if well do something for him in san siro today? I ve only read that he ll be in the stands.

Wobblz
29 Jan 20, 15:53
He'll be on the bench, last I heard.

brehme1989
29 Jan 20, 15:53
Who cares about a silly video?

Candreva Crosses
29 Jan 20, 16:00
I've never seen so many post on Inter's instagram about such a cheap player.

William
29 Jan 20, 16:05
Ah, who cares about the video - people are hired and paid to make those videos and they're doing the best they could come up. Could be much worse, that's for sure.

It’s embarrassing! People should be sacked if that’s the best they could come up with :P


Or don’t make a video to start with.

Pipka
29 Jan 20, 16:22
Video blows but whataver, can't wait to see our new boy in action

Strale
29 Jan 20, 16:53
"Their transfer strategy this year has largely centred on mopping up out-of-form, out of favour Premier League stars, a number of whom are now in their early thirties (see also: Ashley Young, Romelu Lukaku, Victor Moses, Alexis Sanchez)." :palm:

They could have been clearer, but it doesn't really serve the point they are pretending to belive in.

Glass box
29 Jan 20, 17:07
Ignore the ignorant fucktards

morrisama
29 Jan 20, 17:21
we can always switch to 4 3 1 2, if only Conte had more flexible game plan

--Lukaku--Martinez--

---Eriksen---

Sensi---Brozovic---Barella

a very nice midfield there we have.

brehme1989
29 Jan 20, 17:27
4-3-1-2 is the best system for Serie A. But based on our roster our current best right back would have to be Candreva and Biraghi on the left. So let's not go there. Yet.

Conte will never go there but at least we seem to be going for that direction since we still have Milinkovic-Savic, Tonali and De Paul on our radar. But there's also Chiesa.

crzdcolombian
29 Jan 20, 19:43
Isn’t Rodríguez from Milan 7 million. We collect RBs like Pokémon let’s catch him too!

J..
29 Jan 20, 20:33
4-3-1-2 is the best system for Serie A. But based on our roster our current best right back would have to be Candreva and Biraghi on the left. So let's not go there. Yet.

Conte will never go there but at least we seem to be going for that direction since we still have Milinkovic-Savic, Tonali and De Paul on our radar. But there's also Chiesa.

SMS? Are we going to field a 6 man midfield then?

brehme1989
29 Jan 20, 20:43
I said these guys are on our radar, not that we're signing all of them. We may end up with none if we keep counting pennies before we conclude a deal :lol:

Alex de Large
29 Jan 20, 22:18
https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=658250078251676

Campione
30 Jan 20, 07:16
Still can't believe this guy is in our team.

Sassuolu
30 Jan 20, 07:18
Still can't believe this guy is in our team.

I was thinking the same thing, imagine waking up from a coma and seeing Inter line up with Lukaku Sanchez Moses Young and Eriksen :lol:

Ziyad
30 Jan 20, 08:08
Terrible video!

For fucks sake, it’s just a video not a Martin Scorsese movie. Give the team a break they had no time it’s a January purchase and even they didn’t believe it would happen. Inter fans just love to bitch about anything and everything.

That being said it had excellent cinematography ;)

ElDuccio
30 Jan 20, 11:54
It's funny that everyone said "We need more Vidal then Eriksen". Considering the situation of Sensi we badly need someone like him (and could not ask for more). Yesterday i noticed the diffrence when we play with so many dangerous Midfielders. Borja and Vecino are not able to play in this position and Barella's main job should be the defensive part. Now with Eriksen we have 2 players to make a diffrence and create chances for our forward. Thinking that Eriksen is only a "bonus" for our team is wrong. Let's not forget how we played against Juve after Sensis injury. I don't think we can always play without someone of this category.

brehme1989
30 Jan 20, 12:10
The reason why Conte wants more Vidals and less Eriksens is because his system is based on number of possessions. Not amount on possession that has been calculated for decades, but number. It's a matter of winning the ball back at all times if possible. It tears the opponent apart if they cannot successfully launch an attack and you keep battering them with chances, no matter if they are low quality ones.
Players like Vidal, Radja, Pogba, Milinkovic-Savic, Barella, Brozovic, Rakitic etc win the ball back and know what to do with it to move forward. Conte needs this.

He still wants Vidal of course.

Wobblz
30 Jan 20, 12:28
Players like Vidal, Radja, Pogba, Milinkovic-Savic, Barella, Brozovic, Rakitic etc win the ball back and know what to do with it to move forward. Conte needs this.
You're basically describing every "modern" midfielder...

firmino
30 Jan 20, 12:50
conte has said that eriksen can be used in many positions but he certainly won't use him as a forward.

brehme1989
30 Jan 20, 13:26
You're basically describing every "modern" midfielder...

Nope. Most of them have no clue of how to distribute the ball. They are passing it laterally or backwards, cannot run with the ball much or cannot defend.

Not all of them have all the necessary tools. Eriksen can work hard but he's not going to he someone who can recover the ball.

Universe
30 Jan 20, 13:32
It is true that while Eriksen does run and cover a lot of ground, he almost never makes any tackles. If anything, Eriksen’s inclusion into the midfield trio puts even greater demand on us to acquire a Fabinho-type player, probably replacing Brozovic.

syrus
30 Jan 20, 15:16
It is true that while Eriksen does run and cover a lot of ground, he almost never makes any tackles. If anything, Eriksen’s inclusion into the midfield trio puts even greater demand on us to acquire a Fabinho-type player, probably replacing Brozovic.

I have a couple spurs supporter mates
And they state there is a reason why Eriksen was hardly ever injured during his time at spurs.
He is not known for his tackling capabilities avoids any 50 -50 situations too.

I think Barella and brozo behind Eriksen will work well

Howl
30 Jan 20, 16:18
I think Barella and brozo behind Eriksen will work well

I was just going to post this. Barella and Brozovic cover the entire pitch with their workrate so I think Eriksen would play great alongside those guys as he won't have to do much, unless Conte of course makes him change his game and makes him start pressing and offering more defensively. Would be great to see him link up with Sensi though when he's regained form and match fitness.

Nero Indigo
30 Jan 20, 18:58
I was just going to post this. Barella and Brozovic cover the entire pitch with their workrate so I think Eriksen would play great alongside those guys as he won't have to do much, unless Conte of course makes him change his game and makes him start pressing and offering more defensively. Would be great to see him link up with Sensi though when he's regained form and match fitness.

Sensi is struggling with injuries left and right. He should come off the bench for Eriksen. Also, what kind of fucking midfield would that be with little to no tacklers. Just give them an easy escalator from their defence to attack lol disaster waiting to happen.

Lui
30 Jan 20, 21:40
Learned that 62% of Eriksen's set-pieces have failed to beat the first man.

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acroMacho
30 Jan 20, 21:42
Learned that 62% of Eriksen's set-pieces have failed to beat the first man.

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Mee too, pretty ridiculous how we dreamed about good corners :D

Lui
30 Jan 20, 21:54
I dont even mind tbh he is beautiful in every way

Hes from Denmark, you need to close your eyes and tap your shoes 3 times to get there.

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InterFCAustin
30 Jan 20, 22:26
Learned that 62% of Eriksen's set-pieces have failed to beat the first man.

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So far at Inter, that rate is at 100% ;)

Nyall
30 Jan 20, 23:10
That run and pass to Lautaro was something I haven't seen from our midfielders in a long time.


That would have been my favorite goal of the season had it stood.

GenDire
30 Jan 20, 23:15
That run and pass to Lautaro was something I haven't seen from our midfielders in a long time.


That would have been my favorite goal of the season had it stood.

Inter's goal of the season has already been decided, sorry

https://i.ibb.co/C0fy4NM/044-D02-A1-8-EF5-4040-BF2-C-6-FDC3934-B385.jpg

Lui
31 Jan 20, 00:45
That run and pass to Lautaro was something I haven't seen from our midfielders in a long time.


That would have been my favorite goal of the season had it stood.And yet it was the most easy, fundamental play. Great players are able to make everything look so simple and it's been so goddamn long.

If it happens that he sucks here it's probably going to be because we were shit about it.

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Universe
31 Jan 20, 07:10
Someone please inform me exactly what is Eriksen's salary. And how much are we paying gross with those new tax laws.

CafeCordoba
31 Jan 20, 07:21
Someone please inform me exactly what is Eriksen's salary. And how much are we paying gross with those new tax laws.

It is said to be 10m€ net annually. According to my calculations, with the new tax law (21.5% tax rate) that would equal to 12.7m€ gross per year.

And that 12.7m€ gross in normal situation equals to less than 7m€ net salary (46.3% tax rate).

I also read that he would have 2m€ bonus in his contract but that hasn't been rumored as widely as that 10m€ without any bonuses.

Ronin
31 Jan 20, 07:50
Are we sure it's net? Don't the media mainly report the wages in gross in Italy?

.h.
31 Jan 20, 08:05
Italy always reports net, not gross.

brehme1989
31 Jan 20, 08:36
It's 9m net including the bonuses. And there's probably +1m of hard to reach bonuses.

dax21
31 Jan 20, 08:41
ThfrD2Heok4

Jassa
31 Jan 20, 11:28
The reason why Conte wants more Vidals and less Eriksens is because his system is based on number of possessions. Not amount on possession that has been calculated for decades, but number. It's a matter of winning the ball back at all times if possible. It tears the opponent apart if they cannot successfully launch an attack and you keep battering them with chances, no matter if they are low quality ones.
Players like Vidal, Radja, Pogba, Milinkovic-Savic, Barella, Brozovic, Rakitic etc win the ball back and know what to do with it to move forward. Conte needs this.

He still wants Vidal of course.

Idk if you ever watched Rakitic,but he doesnt belong to that group in any way.

Shark
31 Jan 20, 11:41
@1:16 yeeeehh.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8Ir98fwZeE

dax21
31 Jan 20, 11:52
"I told you, I'm not an actor" :lol:

Doffy
31 Jan 20, 11:57
I liked him against fiore but he looked kinda slow for most of the game. He messed up a few times when he linked up with Lautaro and Barella. I like this guy, when he gets chemistry and find his form he could turn out awesome. I never watch EPL so didnt really knew what to expect. If anything I always thought Dele Alli was Tottenham's main (mvp) midfield guy.

ALso, Sanchez was a disaster in his position. He is a pure striker tbh

_OC_
31 Jan 20, 12:01
https://img.favpng.com/19/23/15/phineas-flynn-ferb-fletcher-perry-the-platypus-candace-flynn-linda-flynn-fletcher-png-favpng-UQySES4nAbrNP03jkRvbJyTXs.jpg

acroMacho
31 Jan 20, 12:44
"I told you, I'm not an actor" :lol:

I'm looking to see him acting in one of our creepy christmass type of videos

Ronin
31 Jan 20, 13:11
I'm looking to see him acting in one of our creepy christmass type of videos
Bold of you to assume he won't be playing for Sampdoria on loan by that time.

Palacio
31 Jan 20, 13:37
That run and pass to Lautaro was something I haven't seen from our midfielders in a long time.


That would have been my favorite goal of the season had it stood.
Do you really call Brozo, valero, gag midfielders? Even relegation teams would have more skilled midfielders than Inter’s midfield last season.

Wobblz
31 Jan 20, 13:51
Relegation level teams have much worse midfielders, not to mention that some of those are our bench options.

And what the fuck are you even talking about - mentioning Brozovic and Valero along with a let-down but still a decent player like Gags.

Brozovic is one of the best midfielders in Serie A, whereas Valero has been pure class for years now. His only negative is that he's way too old now to run for the full game.

Batman
31 Jan 20, 13:54
Do you really call Brozo, valero, gag midfielders? Even relegation teams would have more skilled midfielders than Inter’s midfield last season.

I feel you intentionally disagree with the majority just to draw attention.

brehme1989
31 Jan 20, 13:56
Idk if you ever watched Rakitic,but he doesnt belong to that group in any way.

Yes, he's not really a strong name for that style but he has (had) the tenacity of doing it. He's very similar to Brozovic in that regard. He's nothing like Vidal/Barella for example.

Shark
31 Jan 20, 15:27
I feel you intentionally disagree with the majority just to draw attention.

That pretty much sums it up. I usually just scroll past all of his posts.

Bluenine
01 Feb 20, 11:32
He wasn't acting :lol:

https://scontent.flhr4-2.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/s960x960/84411170_1489243047899388_8337613775985180672_o.jp g?_nc_cat=103&_nc_ohc=ZHSKT2kteeIAX9wBL1R&_nc_ht=scontent.flhr4-2.fna&oh=542cae7b88d81436d30c7be1cf6cd7ce&oe=5ECDE93C

ElDuccio
01 Feb 20, 11:58
I liked him against fiore but he looked kinda slow for most of the game. He messed up a few times when he linked up with Lautaro and Barella. I like this guy, when he gets chemistry and find his form he could turn out awesome. I never watch EPL so didnt really knew what to expect. If anything I always thought Dele Alli was Tottenham's main (mvp) midfield guy.

ALso, Sanchez was a disaster in his position. He is a pure striker tbh

Delle Alli? No way man :lol: Tottenhams best players were Son Kane and Eriksen

Jane The Virgin
01 Feb 20, 12:23
That always happens with people.

I remember when we got Hernanes from Lazio, and I said a top5 midfielder in serie and the best player from Lazio, a dude here went back and forth with me how Candreva was their engine and their best and how he is a top3 player in serie a, etc...

Stuff like these happen all the time. Delle Alli can do gang signs with his elastic fingers.

dax21
01 Feb 20, 13:27
Conte just said in a press conference that Eriksen is well fitness-wise despite not playing much at Tottenham and that he is already understanding and learning Conte's ideas. Everything seems to be going well.

Il Drago
02 Feb 20, 09:07
Fabrizio Romano:


Exclusive: The background of Juve-Eriksen talks and Kulusevski's role in Inter move

Christian Eriksen to Inter was a big move but far from easy to achieve. As we informed you about every stage, every step of an operation that took off in late January. However, all could have been different. According to our information, Juventus started to seriously think about the Danish international in December.

Eriksen has always been appreciated by sporting director Fabio Paratici and represents the ideal player for Maurizio Sarri. But the Bianconeri only took their steps in view of June, seeing as the midfielder's contract was due to expire in the summer.

But the turning point was Juventus' purchase of Dejan Kulusevski. The Nerazzurri management were convinced that they have the Swedish starlet in hand for June and Juventus' surprise move was difficult to digest, which is why Inter wanted to respond in a strong and decisive way.

For this reason, the Nerazzurri decided to fight back and make an effort to sign Eriksen immediately, going to negotiate with Tottenham who turned out to be a very tough nut: a high-level response to the Kulusevski operation on which Inter had been working for some time.

Moreover, Inter avoided that Juve could close the deal with Eriksen on a free transfer for the summer. Paratici's proposal for Christian was ready but Inter chose to close the deal immediately to gift Conte a great player. The first round is over, each team made one move and in the summer, the duel on the transfer market will continue...
https://www.calciomercato.com/en/news/exclusive-the-background-of-juve-eriksen-talks-and-kulusevski-s--63168

.h.
02 Feb 20, 09:18
STRONG AND DECISIVE response by negotiating for 3 weeks over 5mil euros only to concede the money anyway.

Il Drago
02 Feb 20, 09:27
STRONG AND DECISIVE response by negotiating for 3 weeks over 5mil euros only to concede the money anyway.

You need to realise Marotta has never spent money on players who only have 6 months left in his contract. I remember Bergomi saying Marotta was trembling when he agreed to spend 40m on Dybala. I can imagine a similar reaction when he agreed to spend 20m on Eriksen who had only 6 months left in his contract.

Bluenine
02 Feb 20, 13:03
STRONG AND DECISIVE response by negotiating for 3 weeks over 5mil euros only to concede the money anyway.

He got Eriksen, that's all that counts. Marotta may be a frustratingly cheap miser, but he is also a transfer guru. Our last two mercato's have been very focused and well managed in terms of results, its just that the process has been very frustrating for fans.

If Marotta stops penny pinching, he has the other instincts and strategy to be the best. The main criticism of both his mercato's has been that he didn't spend that last 20% that would have taken the mercato from good to great. Vidal last summer and Giroud this winter, that last extra player we didn't get always leaves a gap in the squad.

Lui
02 Feb 20, 14:49
Marotta only spends the money Suning gives him. His penny pinching to value achieved is probably the most attractive attribute for owners. Chinese are cheap asses. I bargain with them on the daily.

I bet he is a cheapskate though... Saves old paint cans, stitches the holes in his socks, wears old shoes cuz they're still good, rummages through people's bins for glass and aluminum.

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crzdcolombian
02 Feb 20, 15:11
75 million and 7-8 million for Lukaku. 9 million a season to our coach? 25 mil for Sensi, 40 for Barella, giving Godin 5 million a season for Godin? Sound cheap to you?

Adriano@10
02 Feb 20, 15:30
75 million and 7-8 million for Lukaku. 9 million a season to our coach? 25 mil for Sensi, 40 for Barella, giving Godin 5 million a season for Godin? Sound cheap to you?
Not cheap but thus far it looks like we got good Value for our money.
Only exception being lazaro

J..
02 Feb 20, 17:17
World class players are not cheap.

crzdcolombian
02 Feb 20, 17:46
Not cheap but thus far it looks like we got good Value for our money.
Only exception being lazaro

Lukaku... I am not sure if 75 million + what he is getting a season is worth it unless we win the league

Godin was an awful awful deal as well. Hope he is gone in the summer + we can use him to get someone else in the summer.

Lazaro wasn’t given a chance.

varmin
02 Feb 20, 19:06
Lukaku... I am not sure if 75 million + what he is getting a season is worth it unless we win the league

Godin was an awful awful deal as well. Hope he is gone in the summer + we can use him to get someone else in the summer.

Lazaro wasn’t given a chance.
I suggest you, Brehme and some other FIFers to stop living 10 years in the past. Quality players these days are expensive and i'm even don't talking for the best. If fucking Petagna is 20mln, it's quite normal Lukaku to cost 75. Deal with it.

Shark
02 Feb 20, 21:42
He's way too chill when he gets the ball. The way he receives it and turns around, one would think he has acres of space around him.

It must be a PL habit. Let's hope in time he'll unlearn that habit.

acroMacho
02 Feb 20, 21:48
He's way too chill when he gets the ball. The way he receives it and turns around, one would think he has acres of space around him.

It must be a PL habit. Let's hope in time he'll unlearn that habit.

Exactly this. They say serie A has slower tempo, but it really means teams are better organised and focused on defending, so he will not have so much space.

Batman
02 Feb 20, 21:48
I got Ozil vibes and it really disgusted me. No judgment, this is his first start in quite an intense match.

.h.
02 Feb 20, 21:51
Remember this season isn't about winning the league. It's about budding a good XI. Next season is depth and the ring backs, and the season after might be a scudetto season.

Money from e.g. progressing in the CL is too significant for us to be winning the league straight away.

William
02 Feb 20, 22:00
Was uninspiring tonight but Conte will fix that with some more time.

Lui
02 Feb 20, 22:15
He needs time and he's going to look like a princess until he finds game.

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magnesium
02 Feb 20, 22:19
What do you expect when he play with Vecino? :yao:

ADRossi
03 Feb 20, 04:36
I thought he was class on the ball tonight. He had some great passes and a decent shot on goal. I don't know what you were expecting in his first league game, away, after not starting for a month at Spurs.

The talent is clearly there and he will only get better. The entire team lacked urgency in the first half, you can hardly shoulder the blame on Eriksen.

Anne Marie
03 Feb 20, 05:48
At Spur last year, Son, Dele and Kane were running their ass off. Lot of urgency there. Currently, we are playing with the least amount of Intensity during Conte era.

Pajo
03 Feb 20, 07:18
Quiet debut as starter. Good movement, some nice passes and shots. But you could see he doesnt know his teammates yet, and he needs some time to get used to Serie A. EPL is much faster and has more space, Serie A is the exact opposite.

Universe
03 Feb 20, 07:34
You cunts are laughable. Absolutely disgusting how impatient you are.

Sell him.

CafeCordoba
03 Feb 20, 10:25
Poor performance. No question about that. It will take time for him to adapt to his new position and role. He's not going to play AM role at Inter unless Conte changes his formation and system suddenly. It will be the wide-drifting CM for him from now on.

crzdcolombian
03 Feb 20, 12:30
Poor performance. No question about that. It will take time for him to adapt to his new position and role. He's not going to play AM role at Inter unless Conte changes his formation and system suddenly. It will be the wide-drifting CM for him from now on.

Honestly horrible but who wasn’t after the game 1st 5 minutes

When Bro came in and we actually had a mf than the team started playing like a team. Before that it was like watching people make fun of futbol. It was back pass after back pass. Barella would pass to Eriksen who would instantly give him back the ball to Bastoni to Barella to Eriksen to Bastoni. For what felt like forever and Udinese looked like they had 100 players on the field.

Next game if he plays in a more balanced mf and with Sanchez up top instead of Esposito and he still plays like today after a few games then yes panic as we just got suckered into the danish Ozil

Doffy
03 Feb 20, 12:31
Nah, he was alright. Much like Lord KuzKuz in his first game.






edit : Dunno about Europe but Jiangsu would probably love to have him

Wobblz
03 Feb 20, 12:32
Even if, for some reason, he doesn't perform we can always sell him for colossal profit.

wicked wizard
03 Feb 20, 12:42
Getting that feeling he might a sanchez over the hill type of player. Been like that at spurs for a while now.

forzainter257
03 Feb 20, 12:47
well we bought Vecino for 25 mln and Eriksen for 20 mln, so you can't expect him to do better than Vecino.
I am kidding

CafeCordoba
03 Feb 20, 12:51
Even if, for some reason, he doesn't perform we can always sell him for colossal profit.

I was arguing over this at WhatsApp group that if Eriksen fails MASSIVELY that we would want to sell him, I doubt we would be able to sell him for colossal profit. If 10m€ salary player fails massively, who would want him?

This is purely academic and not my opinion or prediction that Eriksen would fail (normally or massively), so let's leave that out of this from the start.

But yeah, which club would buy Eriksen from us if he failed at Inter?

KevinB
03 Feb 20, 12:55
https://img-9gag-fun.9cache.com/photo/ad5y6oZ_460swp.webp

Joker
03 Feb 20, 13:02
Candreva managed to did good under Conte, why not Eriksen.

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Candreva managed to did good under Conte, why not Eriksen.

Adriano@10
03 Feb 20, 13:11
LOL? we re already talking about selling him you do realize that he s been with us shorter than his transfer saga lasted?

First of he was not that bad and if you watched the game you could clearly see that he still has to get used to our playing style often he played it well but then had no idea where he s colleagues where standing, also you could already tell that his passing in tight spaces is superior to anybody we have in our squad.
Give him some time to get used to his teammates and you ll see what he s capable of.
Also imho he s gonna look alot better when it s him and brozo in midfield.

dax21
03 Feb 20, 13:24
Candreva managed to did good under Conte, why not Eriksen.

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Candreva managed to did good under Conte, why not Eriksen.

Maybe because Candreva had 4 years to get decent, while Eriksen doesn't even know all of his teammates names yet?

Lui
03 Feb 20, 13:46
Wished we got to see him with brozovic and barella in support.

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