In a statement Wednesday, the Italian champions said 29-year-old Eriksen visited the club’s training center in Appiano Gentile on the outskirts of Milan.
Christian Eriksen will be in recovery in Copenhagen
“The Danish midfielder met with the club directors, coaches, teammates and all the staff present. Eriksen is doing well and is in excellent physical and mental condition, ”Inter said.
“Now he will follow the recovery program proposed by the Danish doctors in Copenhagen, who will also coordinate the clinical follow-up. Naturally, the intermedical staff will be kept informed and updated throughout the process ”.
Eriksen collapsed in the middle of the game and “left”
Eriksen collapsed at the end of the first half of Denmark’s opening match against Finland in the European Championship, quick-thinking that his teammates and Danish medical staff saved his life.
After the incident, the Danish team doctor said the player’s heart briefly stopped and that he was “gone” before he was resuscitated with a defibrillator.
The player’s future at Inter is at stake
Eriksen’s future at Inter is at stake due to his pacemaker, as footballers who have a fit cannot play in Italy, unlike in other countries.
The tests he goes through will ultimately determine whether or not he can make it, allowing him to stay at Inter.