The Denmark international’s representative provided an update on the player who is in positive spirits after being treated at the hospital.
’s agent, gave an update on the Inter midfielder’s condition after his collapse at Euro 2020.
The world of football was shocked when Eriksen fell down on the pitch duringDenmark
’s battle against Finland in Group B on Saturday.
The Denmark star’s pulse slipped away for moments and he had to receive CPR by the medical staff, who brought him back and sent him to the hospital.
Denmark, who were defeated 1-0 at the hands of Finland, resumed the game on the same day after a suspension as Eriksen’s condition was stable.
Since the incident, Schoots is regularly contacting the 29-year-old and revealed that Eriksen is well enough to join his teammates.
Eriksen's agent told
Gazzetta Dello Sport
"We spoke. He joked, he was in a good mood, I found him well. He said, 'I don't give up. And I could also train ...I want to understand what happened'.
"We all want to understand what happened to him, the doctors are doing thorough exams, it will take time. He was happy, because he has understood how much love he has around him. Messages from all over the world reached him.
"And he was particularly impressed by those of the Inter world: not only the team-mates he heard through the chat, but also the fans. His family are keen to give their thanks to everyone."
The agent said that Eriksen will be in the hospital until Tuesday, but he wants to help his side when they take on Belgium two days later.
Half the world has contacted us, everyone is worried,"
"Now he just has to rest, his wife and parents are with him. He will remain under observation, maybe even on Tuesday.
"But in any case, he wants to cheer on his team-mates against Belgium."
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