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Eriksen returns to training after cardiac arrest in Euro2020

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Former Inter Milan midfielder, Christian Eriksen has returned to training with his former club Odense Boldklub..




Eriksen has spent several months recovering after he suffered a cardiac arrest while representing his national team at Euro2020.

The 29-year-old collapsed during the Denmark clash against Finland at Euro 2020 in June and needed surgery to have an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) fitted.

Eriksen will not play for Inter Milan until he removes the ICD due to the medical rules in Italian football but would be allowed to continue his career outside of Serie A.


He has already been linked with a return to his former club Ajax.


BT in Denmark, reports that the midfielder has been using the facilities at his former academy club Odense Boldklub (OB) and has been under the watch of his personal trainers.

The former Tottenham star trained Wednesday and also took part in a combination of cardio work and drills with the football, including a shooting exercise.

‘We are really happy that Christian Eriksen is keeping in shape right now on our pitches,’ OB’s sporting director Michael Hemmingsen told BT.

Eriksen, who spent seven seasons of his career with Tottenham, could also return to the Premier League if he receives medical clearance.

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