The Spurs star told Danish magazine Ekstra Bladet earlier this week that he is open to leaving North London, saying he "might want to try something new" following speculation about his future at the club.
According to the Gazzetta, new Inter boss Antonio Conte - who previously managed at Tottenham's London rivals Chelsea - is interested in bolstering his midfield ahead of the 2019-20 campaign.
The Italian is hoping to put together a squad capable of improving of last season's fourth-placed finish in Serie A and of fighting on several fronts including the Scudetto and the Champions League, a trophy they last won in 2010 as well as in 1964 and 1965 when it was known as the European Cup (Transfermarkt).
The report adds that the Nerazzurri have established contact with Eriksen's representative Martin Shoots and are prepared to submit a bid of between 60 and 70 million euro (£53.3million and £62.1million) for the 27-year-old's services.
Eriksen - who has also been linked with Real Madrid - has nonetheless not ruled out a contract extension at Tottenham, saying it "depends on the conditions".
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