Christian Eriksen has recovered fully from the cardiac arrest he suffered in Euro 2020 and is now negotiating a possible return to professional football.
The incidence paused the footballing event leaving the teammates cold, during the first half of Denmark vs Finland, when Eriksen collapsed to the ground.
He has been sidelined for a long to get back to fitness and he has been declared medically fit after passing every medical test.
The player is still hopeful of playing for his country again at the 2022 Qatar World Cup in November but he would need a club team to be considered for selection.
The Same has reportedly been reaching out to a number of clubs about a possible return football and he hopes to sign for a club this month before the transfer window closes.
Eriksen is now a free agent after Inter Milan cancelled his contract.
The Italian giant couldn’t use Eriksen as a result of Serie A rules regarding heart conditions.
“Eriksen actually wants a return to England with three Premier League clubs in the but there is also interest from the Netherlands and other countries in Europe.” according to Marca.