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Ready for the big change: Impressed by Eriksen

He took not exactly Italy by storm, but one should not underestimate Christian eriksen's ability to make itself an important piece of a football team.

The development he has undergone in his previous clubs and also on the national team - and now it looks indeed appear that history is about to repeat itself.

The Italian media have not taken to the dane's performance with kid gloves, and he has met a lot of criticism for not being more decisive, despite the fact that he has not gotten the big tilvænningstid in Inter since he came to in the beginning of the year.

Now is the tone to another, when the speech falls on the Danish playmaker.

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Both Gazzetta dello Sport and Sky Sports Italia tells the same stories that Inter-coach Antonio Conte has been impressed with the Danish national team, and that the otherwise somewhat rigid tactician is ready to change his 3-5-2 system to a 3-4-1-2 formation where Eriksen would get the square just behind the front strikers.

- Eriksen has finally the option. We have hardly seen him fold out yet, and the real test comes now, writes Sky Sports Italia.

Gazzetta dello Sport says that Eriksen would be in much better shape than when he arrived, and now it would be in the game to start the machine in the first match after the restart. It could be the semi-finals of the Coppa Italia where Inter meets Napoli.

The Milan-based newspaper says that Conte would be very impressed by eriksen's set pieces and the endings from the outside.

- It seems that the former Tottenham player can have a leading role in the second half of the season. With his qualities he will be ready for it. Keep an eye on him, reads it.

Serie A looks to make a comeback in just 17 days, and Inter should try to download the Juventus and Lazio, who are respectively nine and eight points in front. Eriksen's club has 13 league games left, while the two clubs in front has 12 of its kind.

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