Christian Eriksen, the Inter Milan midfielder, is scheduled to return to Milan next week and will undergo new heart tests. So, among other news in live football, Eriksen will return to Inter for new medical tests.
The former Tottenham Hotspur and current Inter midfielder suffered a cardiac arrest during Denmark’s first Euros game (the football news).
The incident with Eriksen not only proved Denmark was the best football team but also that football was the best sport in terms of human connection and togetherness.
After this collapse in Denmark’s opening match against Finland at Euro 2020, has Eriksen has fitted a cardioverter defibrillator (ICD).
Live Football – Eriksen Will Return to Inter for New Medical Tests
According to Sky Sport Italia, Christian Eriksen should return to Inter next week, barring any surprises or changes in plans.
Upon his imminent arrival in the city, Eriksen is excited to see his teammates at Inter.
According to the report, upon his return, he will undergo new and accurate heart checks.
With these tests, both the player and the club want to determine what caused the cardiac arrest on June 12.
Eriksen Wants to See If He Can Play Again for Inter and Denmark
Christian Eriksen is also undergoing these crucial medical tests to see if he can resume his career with the club.
The Dutchman is thus due to undergo medical examinations as the doctors need to be sure he can perform.
Inter will determine the next steps and the likelihood of his return to the football pitch following the medical examinations.
Even if everything goes perfectly well, midfielder Eriksen is unlikely to play for at least 6 months, claims Sky Sports.