Eriksen agent says ´it´s not the time´ to discuss Inter midfielder´s future

Christian Eriksen’s agent Martin Schoots says it is not the right time to discuss the Inter midfielder’s future following his return to training with Danish side Odense.

Denmark international Eriksen has not played since suffering a cardiac arrest during his country’s opening Euro 2020 game in June.

Att1...

The 29-year-old was given CPR before subsequently undergoing successful heart surgery.

He has since been fitted with an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD), meaning he is unable to play for Inter in Serie A due to not meeting the “requirements of achieving sporting fitness” in Italy.

Eriksen would be allowed to play in other domestic leagues across Europe, however, and it was revealed on Thursday that he is now training with Odense, the club he represented at youth level before joining Ajax in 2008. 

That has led to talk of a possible playing return for Eriksen in the near future, but Schoots says the playmaker is not looking that far ahead.

“Like any person having experienced what Christian has, he is working on his recovery,” agent Schoots told Spox. 

“He likes to do this in his own environment in Milan or when he is in Denmark, privately, in his country of birth.

“Occasionally, when he has some time in Denmark and when he feels like it, he may use the facilities of Odense BK, which is a great gesture from his former club.

“Chris has a positive, optimistic and energetic character, but it is not the time to talk about football. Only Christian will decide if and when this moment will come.”

Inter confirmed in October that they were open to allowing the midfielder to join a new club in a league where he will be permitted to play.

Eriksen joined Inter from Tottenham in January 2020 and has made 25 appearances for the Serie A champions in all competitions.

Source of the article

Author: XenBet