Christian Eriksen, the inter Milan midfielder, suffered a cardiac arrest at the Euro 2020 and has not played a game ever since. Christian had been in rehabilitation and has recently started working out at the youth club in Denmark. The incident took place when he was running near the left touchline at the Denmark vs Finland game. The situation was so serious that medics had to rush to the pitch to attend to his condition. Apparently, 29-year-old reached out to Odense Boldklub to get permission to train on the ground. Christian had played for the club during his early years and the distance of the club from his place was the major factor behind his distance to train there. Christian used to play the club before he was picked up by Ajax Amsterdam in 2008. He then transferred to Tottenham Hotspur in 2013 during which he played in the 2019 Champions League. Last year, he decided to change his squad again and signed with Inter Milan.
“It’s natural for him since he played here in his youth and lives around the corner. We are very happy to be able to provide training facilities for him,” said Odense.
Christian Eriksen was not allowed to play in the Serie A because the Danish player had a cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) implanted which is prohibited by the Italian medical authority.
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- Christian Eriksen has started his training at his youth club in Denmark following his rehabilitation.
- The Danish player had suffered a cardiac arrest at the match between Denmark and Finland. Ever since then he has not played a single game.
- The 29-year-old will not be allowed to play in the Serie A because he has ICD implanted. The Italian medical authority forbids anyone who has the ICD device implanted from playing.