Eriksen aims a return to action as treatment continues in Denmark

Fri 12 November 2021 | 14:16

As per reports from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Denmark international is continuously undergoing heart checkups and may come back next season; however, not at the Nerazzurri.

Five months ago today,

Christian Eriksen

suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed on the pitch as Denmark were facing Finland in the Euro 2020, with the Eriksen’s life and career changing forever.

He received medical care on the field and was then taken to the hospital where he was given a heart restarter implantation.

The former Spurs player cannot feature in Serie A with that defibrillator as the Italian authorities do not permit it. He is not even allowed to train in a regular gym until the doctors give him a green light.

La Gazzetta dello Sport

claims that is the reason behind his return to Denmark, where he started his rehab program.

The exams do not show any permanent heart problems which can be both good and bad news as there is still no explanation as to what happened five months ago.

Should the test show no emergence of a problem, Eriksen can increase his workload when 2022 begins.

Eriksen having his treatment in Denmark and not Italy is an indicator that he may not be planning to return to Serie A.

FIFA insurance is covering his salary at Inter and they have yet to hold a meeting with the player’s agent to discuss his future at the Nerazzurri.

Reports claim that Ajax and Odense are among his potential destinations but it is yet too soon to make any assumptions.

source: SportMob

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