Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen is hoping to be discharged from the Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen tomorrow, with only two more medical tests set to be performed.

Today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport report that the Dane is set to leave the hospital tomorrow upon completion of the tests and diagnosis, and will stay in Denmark.

After the shock of the 29-year-old’s collapse during Denmark’s EURO 2020 opener against Finland on Saturday, the player’s condition has gradually improved and his now considered stable enough that he can leave the hospital.

Once the Dane is settled in at home, it is thought that Inter will send a delegation to meet with him to express their support and talk about his recovery and what the future holds.

Eriksen’s health emergency has cast the possibility of a return to a football pitch in serious doubt for the player, but it is thought that the priority for the time being is focusing on his recovery.