Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen has returned to Denmark in order to be with his family, according to a report from Italian media outlet FcInterNews today.

The report details how the 28-year-old Danish midfielder, who is contracted to the Nerazzurri until 2024, has returned to his native country after finishing the two-week isolation period he was forced to undergo following on from the announcement that Juventus defender Daniele Rugani had tested positive for the Coronavirus.

Eriksen will now undergo yet another quarantine in Denmark, the report continues. The player will have to stay at home and avoid travelling for 14 days like all other Danes who have returned from abroad, in order to combat the spread of the virus. The date of his return to Italy remains uncertain, although it will be clearer once a date has been picked for Serie A to be restarted. Eriksen initially spent the lockdown in a hotel in Milan before being moved to the club’s training ground in Appiano Gentile.