Inter are hoping to meet with Christian Eriksen at the first possible opportunity, while his teammate Romelu Lukaku and former teammate Jan Vertonghen hope to join them.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri have prepared a delegation to meet with the Danish midfielder, who will visit him as soon as he is discharged from hospital.

CEO Beppe Marotta, sporting director Piero Ausilio, and club doctor Piero Volpi are prepared to arrive in Copenhagen when Eriksen is out of the Rigshospitalet.

Lukaku and Vertonghen are also hoping that it will be possible for them to visit the 29-year-old when they are in Copenhagen for Belgium’s group stage game against Denmark, but their visit is contingent on his release from hospital, due to COVID protocols.

Meanwhile, Inter’s medical staff are currently receiving all relevant information about the Dane’s condition from the national team’s medical staff.

The Nerazzurri are respectful of the Danish team’s jurisdiction over the player, but are being kept aware of developments.

Inter’s medical staff could also perform tests of their own on the player in the future, as the path to determining whether he can be medically cleared to return to football begins.