Inter could allow midfielder Christian Eriksen to leave on a free transfer should he not be able to return to the pitch in Italy.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the 29-year-old could leave in search of playing time in another league and that he could leave for a nominal fee or for nothing.
Eriksen’s cardiac arrest during the Euros has meant that he has not been able to make his return for Inter this season, while his future remains in doubt due to the health regulations of the Italian FA.
As long as the Dane continues to require the cardiac implement which he currently does he will be disallowed from playing in Italy for safety reasons.
The midfielder could seek a move away to a league where this isn’t the case when he is fully recovered if this should become necessary, and in this case the club could allow him to go as a free agent.
Should Eriksen leave on a free transfer the Nerazzurri could have to report a budgetary loss of around €14 million for his departure.