Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen is expected back in Milan next week, where he will undergo medical tests that will shed light on his future with the Nerazzurri.
This according to a report aired this afternoon on Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, the Dane will be examined to determine whether he is eligible to return to the pitch in Italy or whether his condition precludes any further appearances for him.
Eriksen collapsed during Denmark’s EURO 2020 group stage opened against Finland, of what was revealed to be a cardiac arrest.
He has since been resting in Denmark with his family since being discharged from the hospital, where he underwent extensive medical tests.
The 29-year-old will only be allowed to return to football should he be deemed eligible by the Italian FA who could disqualify him on medical grounds if he has to continue to be fitted with a cardiac implant, something which has not yet been made clear by the tests already performed.
The Nerazzurri will hope that further tests performed by their own medical staff will provide clarification to the midfielder’s situation.
In the meantime, Eriksen will hope to return to the city and greet his teammates, as the club look to continue to support him.