Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen will be visiting with teammates and club staff today, with the 29-year-old hoping for privacy as he greets the team.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Dane is likely to return to Denmark this evening or tomorrow so he can continue his recovery, and will not undergo medical tests that will immediately shed light on his future in football today.

Eriksen arrived in Milan yesterday after having spent the past several weeks in Denmark recovering from his health emergency during Denmark’s EURO 2020 opener against Finland, where his first order of business was meeting with Inter CEO Beppe Marotta.

Today, he plans to meet with his teammates at the club’s pre-season training retreat, as well as new head coach Simone Inzaghi.

Following this, the Dane will have a consultation with the Inter medical team led by Piero Volpi where a course of action for the future will be decided on, but he may not yet be set to undergo examinations which would yield insight into his eligibility to return to the pitch.

The 29-year-old will decide on whether he wants to undergo the tests or meet with cardiology specialists during his consultations with the club’s medical team.

In the meantime, the player still hopes for privacy, not wanting to be photographed by the media and hoping for time to consider his future in football and likely to return to his home in Denmark soon.