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BAYERN MUNICH rejected ERIKSEN. Here's how and why

13.10.2020 16.04 by Claudio Colla  read 430
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According to Sport Bild, Bayern Munich declared themselves uninterested when offered the rights on Danish international midfielder Christian Eriksen (28, in the pic on the left) by Inter Milan. Italian giants were going for a swap deal proposal, supposedly having German centre-back Jerome Boateng (32) move on the other way around, until CL defending champions, Hansi Flick, decided to keep the latter in, at the terms suggested by Neroazzurri for the very least.

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