The uncertain future of Eriksen at Inter
Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen reportedly has to undergo some medical tests with a Danish cardiologist next month. In the hope that he can start training next month.
Eriksen is currently in Milan and is relaxing with his family. Waiting to see if he can start playing again after the shocking incident that happened in the Euro.
The Dane collapsed at the end of the first half in the first match against Finland at Parken Stadium. And underwent CPR on the field before he was taken to hospital.
Danish doctors confirmed that he was suffering from a cardiac arrest and implanted in him a heart defibrillator. Which means that his Serie A career will end if the ICD remains forever.
La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that he will return to Odense in a few days or within a month. Where he will do a check-up at the Danish cardiologists who have his file since June.
The Danish doctors are in constant contact with the Nerazzurri medical staff and will have a meeting with them next month. Which is reportedly decisive to find out when Eriksen will return to training.
The newspaper says he will start individual training, cycling, jogging and playing football on a sports field near his home.
This is a natural process of “re-athletics” in Denmark, according to the report. But if the defibrillator does not leave, the midfielder will not be able to play in Italy anymore.