Inter representatives are planning to meet with midfielder Christian Eriksen at his home in Denmark when he is discharged from the hospital.

Today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera report that the 29-year-old is set to be discharged from the hospital in the coming days, where he is hoping to return to his home to stay.

It is thought that Inter are planning to send a delegation to meet with the player once he is there.

The Nerazzurri are hoping to show their support for the player as well as begin talks about what the future may hold, with the player’s return to football cast in doubt by his health emergency and his recovery and safety a priority for the club.

Inter teammate and Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku was also hoping to meet with Eriksen today while in Copenhagen for Belgium’s Group B clash with Denmark, but since the Dane will still be at Rigshospitalet he will be unable to receive the Belgian.

Today’s match is expected to be a highly emotional occasion, with a crowd of 25 thousand honouring Eriksen and the Denmark squad likely to still be shaken by the incident, with AC Milan center-back Simon Kjaer said to be among the most affected and unsure whether he will start.