Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen may be given permission to leave the Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen today after the results of cardiac tests have been negative, Italian media are reporting.

This according to today’s print edition of Turn-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that should the Dane be discharged he will likely be able to meet with friends and teammates in person more easily.

Regardless of whether or not he is discharged, Eriksen will be kept under close observation in the coming days, but should he be allowed to leave the hospital he would have much more freedom of movement.

It is thought that Eriksen’s Inter teammate Romelu Lukaku would like to visit him for example, and may do so along with Eriksen’s former Ajax and Tottenham teammates Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen around the time of Belgium’s group stage match against Denmark in Copenhagen.

Additionally, it is thought that members of Inter’s medical staff would be moved to Copenhagen soon in order to work with the 29-year-old Dane going forward.