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Sport Inter-comeback for Eriksen possible?

10:25  30 july  2021
10:25  30 july  2021 Source:   sport1.de

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Eriksen only left Spurs this January for a fee of £16.9m, as per BBC Sport, but the playmaker’s move has been a nightmare. MORE: Video: Manchester United and Real Madrid target sets pulses racing with brilliant 15 minute hat-trick. Paris Saint-Germain, Arsenal and Man United are the three teams that are seen as destinations. Corriere dello Sport maintain that Inter ’s hope is to part with Eriksen via a part-exchange deal in January, whilst Antonio Conte insists that the playmaker has had ‘many opportunities’ to prove himself.

Inter Milan are still trying to find a new club for midfield flop Christian Eriksen . The former Tottenham star has not settled in at San Siro under Antonio Conte. Inter are hoping to find a swap-deal for the Danish international in January. They are interested in Manchester United's Fred and Arsenal's Granit Xhaka. The 27-year-old has become an important figure in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side this season after previously coming in and out of the team. Another potential Premier League replacement that has caught Inter 's eye is Arsenal's Granit Xhaka, but they are also not very enthusiastic about a swap for

Christian Eriksen wants to play again after his cardiac arrest at the European Championship 2021. And continued for Inter Milan in the series A.

Inter-Comeback für Eriksen doch möglich? © Provided by Sport1.de Inter-comeback for Eriksen But possible?

Christian Eriksens return to Inter Milan is still uncertain.

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The Danish national player has received a defibrillator in his body after his cardiac arrest at the past EM. With this he should not play in the series A.

Inter-comeback for Eriksen?

But a comeback at the Nerazzurri is still not completely excluded. According to Sky Sports UK , Eriksen should therefore be examined by a specialist in Italy. There it should be determined whether he could also physically live without defibrillator on the field.

Christian Eriksen collapsed at EM game: Career in Italy with defibrillator not possible

 Christian Eriksen collapsed at EM game: Career in Italy with defibrillator not possible After his collapse, Milan-Star Eriksen received a defibrillator. In Italy he does not get a game approval. © Friedemann Vogel / Pool EPA Via AP / DPA On June 12th happened the misfortune. After the Reanimation, Christian Eriksen is brought to the hospital. The Danish Football National Christian Eriksen will not be able to continue his career at Meister Inter Milan in Italian Serie A with its implanted defibrillator.

Eriksen joined Inter from Tottenham in January, but made just eight appearances before the campaign was suspended due to Covid-19. The Denmark international had only started one Serie A game for Inter , who were third in the table. Eriksen said he had been keeping fit in isolation, writing: "Work out every day, every other day with the team on Zoom and the other days self-training." Inter midfielder Borja Valero recently backed Eriksen to become a success at the club, noting the transition to Italian football takes time.

Denmark and Inter Milan star Christian Eriksen is reportedly ready to return to his club for medical checks almost two months after the midfielder suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch at Euro 2020. The incident occurred during the Danes' opening match against Finland which was halted and resumed later that day. “If the player has the defibrillator removed, therefore confirming the pathology can be resolved, then he can return to play for Inter ,” Braconaro insisted.

The device is there to detect cardiac arrhythmia and to trigger electric shocks if necessary. Fabrizio Braconaro, Member of the Scientific Commission at the Italian Association Figc, had recently been explained in a radio interview, the granting of a game approval for a pro-proof with the defibrillator used was not possible.

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