Christian Eriksen says his decision to run down his contract at Tottenham Spurs made him a "black sheep" at the Premier League club. The 27-year-old midfielder joined Inter Milan last month for a fee of around \u00a317 million ($22 million), ending his six-and-a-half-year contract at the Mourinho's Spurs. HAVE YOU READ!?? Premier League Clubs To Reduce Foreign Players Due To Brexit Christian Eriksen was going to be out of contract at the end of the current season and had been seriously linked with a move completely away from London after he said he was ready for a new challenge after Spurs' Champions League final loss to Liverpool last year. That admission prompted some fans to turn on him. "I did get the blame for a lot of stuff, for being the bad guy. I read I was the bad person in the changing room, that ever since I said I wanted to leave, it was no good me being there," he said to BBC Sport. Eriksen has also confirmed publicly that there was a sense of relief in beginning a fresh page in Italy. "England, for the last few years, was very hectic," he added. "After what I said in the summer, it was just about, 'When is he going to leave?' "Every game it was, 'Is he leaving? Is he not leaving?' Of course a lot of people were speaking about it. "Even the fans you see on the street were like, 'Thank you, goodbye and good luck'. But I was still there. It was a bit weird. In my head and for my body, it is good that I am in a new place and I can start again." Eriksen denied allegations that speculation over his future did affect him but that he felt he played about 30 matches that seemed like "goodbye games." HAVE YOU READ!?? Youngest Liverpool FA Cup Squad Beats Shrewbury "If you have a short contract, you will be the black sheep. Of course, I did the interview. I was very honest. I felt I had to be honest." Eriksen confirmed there was moves with Manchester United but revealed a move to Old Trafford was never likely. "It just came down to wanting to try a new challenge in a new country. Once Inter came up it really wasn't a difficult choice," he said.