Eriksen returns to Milan

The Dane has returned to Italy two months after the cardiac arrest he suffered during the Euro. At best, it will be back to green in six months.


Christian Eriksen is seen again. After almost two months of the cardiac arrest that scared the whole world during the Denmark-Finland European Championship, the midfielder has returned to Milan.

The Danish, as reported by 'Sky Sport', met with the CEO of Inter, Beppe Marotta, and this afternoon he will pass the medical examination with the club, which could give more details about the reasons for what happened in June and will make it clear if You will be registered to compete during the next season.

The Nerazzurri team awaits him, but, as explained in the past weeks, in the best of cases it would take at least six months to see him on the pitch again. For that to happen, in addition, the automatic defibrillator that was implanted must be removed. Nobody is clear if that will be possible (the truth is that many are quite pessimistic: the Italian rules are very strict), but the signing of Calhanoglu allows Inter not to be in a hurry.Meanwhile, Simone Inzaghi works with an increasingly complete squad: yesterday the European champions Bastoni and Barella and the Copa América, Lautaro Martínez joined.

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