Christian Eriksen’s farewell to Inter is drawing near. As reported by ‘La Gazzetta dello Sport’, the doctors of the Italian Olympic Committee did not authorize his return to the green due to the defibrillator implanted after his cardiac arrest in the Eurocup, prohibited in Italian competitions.
The footballer returned to Milan yesterday to meet with his agent, Martin Shoots, with whom he will visit the headquarters of the Milanese club today to definitively solve the case.
The idea is a termination that leaves the player free to seek a new destination, although to reach the final agreement, some more meeting may be necessary.
Eriksen, for his part, has decided to continue his professional career and may receive offers from the Premier League and the Dutch and Danish championships, among others, where his subcutaneous defibrillator is allowed.
The Dane arrived at Inter in January 2020 for 27 million euros and signed eight goals and three assists in 60 games played. Another challenge awaits you soon. The most important of his career.
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