Inter could be set to have a clear solution to the situation of midfielder Christian Eriksen by the end of the year.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri could decide on a course of action by the end of 2021 though they are in no rush to terminate his contract.
Eriksen is still not eligible to play for the Nerazzurri due to a health and safety regulation in Italy which prohibits the use of the Implantable Cardioverter Defibrulator (ICD) that he is currently fitted with.
The player would only be able to make a return to the pitch in an Inter shirt should he be allowed to have the device removed, and otherwise would have to seek a move elsewhere in order to play football again.
The Nerazzurri are still waiting for the final tests which determine whether or not the Dane can remove the device, and will make their decision then, alongside the midfielder.
Should Eriksen be unable to return for the Nerazzurri then the club could look to terminate his contract by mutual consent in order to enable a move away to a league where he is able to play, but they are in no hurry to do this.