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Daily Schmankerl: Bayern Munich back in on Inter Milan’s Christian Eriksen?; Spurs hot on Marcel Sabitzer?; AC Milan won’t quit Dominik Szoboszlai; Real Madrid’s Luka Jovic avoids jail; Nicolas Pepe complaining at Arsenal; and MORE!

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In a season unlike any other, could Bayern Munich actually be looking to add Inter Milan’s Christian Eriksen?

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Bayern back in on Eriksen? (Milan News 24)

Citing a report from Italian newspaper Libero, MilanNews24.com has Bayern Munich back among the teams looking to bring in Inter Milan’s Christian Eriksen. Per the story, AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain, Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid...and Bayern Munich are all eager to bring in the out-of-favor Dane.

In a story that we’ve all heard before, Eriksen has found his way — (here it comes) — into Antonio Conte’s doghouse...aka “The Ivan Perisic Memorial Flat.” While the Bayern Munich treble-winner seems to have won Conte back over, Eriksen seems to be firmly entrenched there.

In a normal season, a move for Eriksen probably would not make any sense, but 2020 — and probably 2021 at this rate — is far from normal.

Spurs hot on Sabitzer (@LastWordOnSpurs)

Per Sport Bild (as captured by @LastWordOnSpurs), Tottenham Hotspur fancies themselves some Marcel Sabitzer. The RB Leipzig midfielder is extremely underrated, but looks to be gaining some much-deserved recognition of late:

With all of these Austrians drawing a crowd on the transfer market, I am anxiously awaiting the Martin Hinteregger-to-Manchester United rumors. #HintiArmy

Jovic pays way out of pokey (Foot Mercato)

Last March, Real Madrid striker and former Eintracht Frankfurt star Luka Jovic got himself into some hot water legally when he visited Serbia at a time when there was a travel restriction. Per Foot Mercato, Jovic avoided a potential one to 12-year prison sentence by agreeing to pay a €30,000 fine.

Milan not giving up on Szoboszlai (Transfer Market Web)

Despite a seemingly imminent move to RB Leipzig, AC Milan is not giving up that it can bring in RB Salzburg star Dominik Szoboszlai:

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, AC Milan are keeping on pursuing Hungarian international midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai (20). A 25 million euro exit clause is set upon the 2000-born playmaker, whom Red Bull Salzburg might however end up handing out to main-branch side of their, RB Leipzig.

Pepe a pouting Gunner? (@brfootball)

Perhaps this is a case where the Bayern Munich fans that wanted Arsenal’s Nicolas Pepe shouldn’t lament “the one that got away.” How would the 25-year-old handle the depth at wing in Bavaria?

Foot skills are always useful (@satisyfingpub)

He’s been training his whole life for this moment:

PSG squad planning detailed (@FabrizioRomano)

Journalist Fabrizio Romano — aka Christian Falk’s tag team partner in the Flex Transfer Federation — gave some insight to Paris Saint-Germain’s squad planning as it pertains to stars lie Neymar, Kylian Mbappe, Angel DiMaria, and Moise Kean:

Vidal with a worldie (@RobertoRojas97)

Former Bayern Munich midfielder and current Inter Milan star Arturo Vidal scored a brace for Chile in its 2-0 victory over Peru, but it was this goal that stole the show: