Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen is scheduled to return to Milan next week and will undergo new medical tests. Eriksen is set to be back at Inter next week to undergo crucial medical tests to see if he can resume his career with the club.
During Denmark’s first game at Euro 2020 against Finland, the 29-year-old collapsed on the pitch. It was learned that the Danish footballer suffered a cardiac arrest, he then missed the entire European Tournament. The former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder is excited to see his teammates at Inter.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Christian Eriksen should return to the city next week, barring any surprises or changes in plans. Upon his return, he will undergo new and accurate heart checks, as per reports. The goal of both, the player and Inter, is to determine what caused the cardiac arrest on June 12. Back in June, the midfielder suffered a cardiac arrest during Denmark’s opening match against Finland at the Euros and has been fitted with a cardioverter defibrillator (ICD).
Following the medical examinations, as Eriksen is expected back at Inter to undergo medical tests, they will determine the next steps and the likelihood of his return to the pitch.
Even if everything goes perfectly well, Eriksen is unlikely to play for at least 6 months, claims Sky Sports. And as the doctors need to be sure he can perform the Dutchman is obligatory to undergo medical examinations.