INTER MILAN have slapped a £27million price tag on Christian Eriksen, according to reports.
The Dane has fallen out of favour under Antonio Conte and was humiliated by his six minute cameo against Real Madrid on Wednesday.
Eriksen, 28, only joined Inter from Tottenham in a £17m move in January but has struggled for game time since.
He signed a four-and-a-half-year deal at the Serie A club but is yet to register a goal or assist in seven outings this season.
Manchester United and Arsenal have both been linked with moves for the playmaker.
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And Inter will let him go for just £10m more than they paid for him, according to Italian outlet TuttoSport.
And Denmark international Eriksen is said to be keen on a move after suffering his 'final humiliation' against Real in the Champions League.
Eriksen came on with just six minutes remaining, his team down to ten men and trailing 2-0.
The loss means Inter cannot qualify for the knockout stage.
On Wednesday, it emerged Arsenal were reportedly offered the chance to sign the midfielder for just £12m.
Eriksen's availability has been made aware to Premier League clubs, and one of them is the Gunners.
Arsenal have been told the Dane will consider moving to the red side of north London despite seven years in Spurs white.
Inter have previously admitted they will not stand in Eriksen's way if he wants to leave.
And SunSport explored how Arsenal could line-up with the former Tottenham man in the team.
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