Christian Eriksen will return to Inter in the second week of July. He will take some medical tests to know about his fitness. As reported by Calcio mercato.com. The Dane had a cardiac arrest in his first UEFA Euro 2020 game against Finland. He just collapsed all of a sudden and could move. So got CPR and then went to Copenhagen hospital. This urgent medical attention helped him and he is now stable. After that, he got a surgery and now he has a heart starter.
But because of this, he might not be able to play again Serie A. As the Cardiological Organizational Committee for Sports Fitness protocol does not allow a player to play with a heart starter or any such device implanted in their body. So, he will have to change his league or he will have to remove the heart starter if he wants to play football again.
Eriksen will return to Inter to undergo some medical tests
Eriksen will obviously not be able to train in Inter. But he will meet Inter’s new coach his friends and his teammates. Beppe Moratta wants the best for him and he says that first, he should recover well and then we will talk about other things. Eriksen will hope that the medical tests can help him remove the heart starter. So that he can play freely again in the Serie A.
Inter Milan have already signed Hakan Calhanoglu from their city rivals AC Milan as a replacement for him. He was a free agent and Inter acted upon it as soon as possible before AC Milan could do anything about it. So, Simeone Inzaghi will have to find a way to fit him in Inter’s lineup as Hakan Calhanoglu likes to play a bit high up the pitch than Christian Eriksen.