Christian Eriksen can resume training with Inter Milan

Christian Eriksen can resume training with Inter Milan. Christian Eriksen is back in Milan and he will be taking some medical tests now. If his tests go well, then he can start his training with Inter again. The Dane is recovering rapidly after cardiac arrest. He collapsed in Denmark’s first UEFA Euros 2020 match but he was able to get medical attention and then he went to the Copenhagen hospital. The doctors managed to take him out of danger and his recovery started from there. He spent some time in Denmark and after that, he had an operation.

A heart defibrillator was planted in his body so that a similar incident does not occur in near future. But, because of this defibrillator, he can not play in Serie A as it is against their rules. So, Inter will run some tests to see if he can play without the defibrillator. Christian Eriksen wants to play football again which shows that he still has passion and wants to start training soon. But he will have to let go of the defibrillator if he wants to play in Serie A. Several other leagues allow players to play with the defibrillator.

Christian Eriksen can resume training with Inter in a month

The Nerazzurri want Eriksen to fully recover and are in no hurry to bring him back. They have signed Hakan Calhanoglu who is part of Inter’s midfield in Eriksen’s absence. He has done a good job so far and he understands Inzaghi’s tactics.

The Turkish midfielder plays slightly higher up the pitch as compared to Eriksen but he has had a positive impact on the team. Also, even if Eriksen gets fit, Inter will not rush him to start every game. But things look positive as of now for Eriksen’s return to the San Siro.

Mangalam Pugalia: Mangalam is a football nerd who contributes as a match analyst at THE INTER WAY. He admires Antonio Conte’s system and can predict what the Nerazzurri manager will do next.
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