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Brentford make an offer to Christiaan Eriksen

Mon 17 January 2022 | 14:12

As per reports from The Athletic, Brentford are interested in acquiring the services of the former Inter midfielder in a six-month deal that includes an option to extend for one year.

Christian Eriksen

departed

Inter

by mutual consent as he is not allowed to feature in Italy having a defibrillator fitted after his collapse.

Italian authorities have banned any players that have a heart-starter implanted from featuring in

Serie A

since any hit can break the device.

The Denmark international suffered a cardiac arrest when his country went against Finland in the Euro 2020 in June. He is still able to play in other European leagues, such as the Premier League.

Based on reports from

The Athletic

,

Brentford

are eyeing a move for him on a six-month contract.

The 29-year-old shared his first video on the field after the summer incident a few days ago. In the last few weeks, he has been training with Odense and Chiasso FC.

Eriksen is keen on playing and his agent Martin Schoots revealed that a move to the English top-flight would “feel like coming home” for the former Inter star.

The Dane made a move to the Nerazzurri in 2020 on a deal worth €20m from Tottenham. He found the back of the net eight times in 60 games.


source: SportMob

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