Danish footballer Christian Eriksen will undergo a cardiological examination in the coming weeks, which should show whether he will be able to start individual training after the collapse of the European Championship. It was written by Gazzetta dello Sport, according to which Inter Milan’s midfielder is still resting in Italy.
If he wanted to continue his career there, doctors would have to remove the device he had operated on in June to remove his heart rhythm. According to the rules in the Italian league, he cannot play with him.
Eriksen collapsed on June 12 in the opening match of Denmark at the European Championships against Finland. Doctors saved his life with a quick hit on the lawn. At the hospital, the 29-year-old underwent surgery to get a cardioverter-defibrillator.