According to multiple reports in Italy, Christian Eriksen has returned to Milan and already met the club’s CEO Beppe Marotta.
Sky Sport and Il Corriere dello Sport report Eriksen returned to Milan today and met the club’s director before undergoing new medical examinations.
The former Tottenham man collapsed on the pitch due to a heart attack during Denmark’s opening EURO 2020 clash against Finland on June 12.
The 29-year-old had a heart defibrillator implanted, but he can’t play in Serie A again unless the device is removed.
Eriksen has already spoken to Marotta and will undergo further medical examinations in the coming days.
Both Simone Inzaghi and Stefan De Vrij claimed last month that the Nerazzurri are waiting for Eriksen on the pitch, while Inter signed Hakan Calhanoglu as a free agent to potentially replace the Dane.
Eriksen joined Inter in a €20m move from Tottenham in January 2020. He has scored eight goals and delivered three assists in 60 appearances across all competitions with the Serie A champions.