Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen will reportedly have a medical examination with a Danish cardiologist next month, hoping to get the go ahead to resume training.
Eriksen is currently based in Milan and is relaxing with his family waiting to see if he can resume his professional career after the shocking incident at the Euros.
The Denmark international collapsed in the final minutes of the opening game against Finland at Parken Stadium and was given CPR on the pitch before he was stretchered off and sent to hospital.
The Danish doctors confirmed Eriksen had suffered a cardiac arrest and had a defibrillator implanted, meaning his career in Serie A could be over if the ICD is permanent.
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La Gazzetta dello Sport reports he will return to Odense in a few days and in about a month, he will have a check-up with the Danish cardiologists who have been holding his file since June.
The Danish doctors are in constant contact with the Nerazzurri medical staff and the meeting next month could reportedly be decisive to learn when Eriksen will be able to resume training.
The newspaper claims he could be able to resume individual training, with the bicycle, running laps and play football in a sports facility near his home.
It’s a natural process of ‘re-athletisation’ in Denmark, according to the report, but if the defibrillator won’t be removed, Eriksen will not be able to play in Italy.