Inter Milan have terminated the contract of midfielder Christian Eriksen, the Italian Serie A club announced on Friday, after the Denmark international was suspended from playing in Italy due to his heart implant.
Eriksen, 29, has not played since suffering cardiac arrest https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/sports/denmarks-eriksen-given-cpr-during-euro-2020-clash-2021 -06-12 during Denmark’s opening European Championship game against Finland in June and receive life-saving treatment on the pitch. Inter said in October that the Italian medical authority had suspended Eriksen from playing in Serie A, due to a rule prohibiting the use of an implantable cardioverting defibrillator (ICD).
“FC Internazionale Milano announce that an agreement has been reached for the consensual termination of Christian Eriksen’s contract,” Inter said in a statement https://www.inter.it/it/news/2021/12/ 17 / risoluzione-consensuale- inter-christian-eriksen.html. “The club and the whole Nerazzurri family embrace the player and wish him the best for his future.
“Christian has been a key figure in our march to the Scudetto – a team effort to which Eriksen contributed with his vision, intuition, assists, assists and goals, including big ones.” The Danish midfielder scored in the game against Crotone which ultimately gave Inter the title and he also scored a free kick against Udinese at San Siro on the final day of the season.
“This is our last happy and melancholy memory of Christian on the pitch in an Inter shirt. Because sometimes life takes an unexpected turn and sends you down a path you never imagined,” added the club. “Every Inter fan, every football fan, watched in silence, hoping Christian. Seeing him (on the training ground) at Appiano Gentile with his teammates, as champions of Italy, was a joy to see and we will never forget. “
Earlier this month, Eriksen started training at the training ground of his youth club Odense Boldklub in Denmark after his rehabilitation.
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