Christian Eriksen is set to return to Inter Milan for medical checks next week, before deciding if he can return to football’ after suffering a cardiac arrest at Euro 2020.
The Denmark international collapsed on the pitch after suffering a cardiac arrest during the nation’s Euro 2020 opener against Finland on June 12.
Eriksen has been recovering in Copenhagen after being released from the hospital last month but Sky Italia reports that he will make his return to Inter’s training base next week.
The former Spurs midfielder has been fitted with a defibrillator (ICD) and doctors need to be sure he can perform without this if he is to play in Serie A again.
Eriksen will undergo medical examinations at Inter to see if he can resume competition at the highest level.
It is unlikely the 29-year-old has will play for at least six months even if things go well, but his return to Italy means Eriksen is due to meet up with his Inter team-mates in early August.
Eriksen had helped Inter win their first Serie A title since 2010 before heading to the Euros with Denmark.