Inter released Eriksen because he had an instrument in his chest

It was heard that Christian Eriksen was in hospital during the Euro last June. Since he has a cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) device in his chest for heart health, he can no longer play Italian football.

Francesco Braconaro, a member of the Italian Football Federation’s technical scientific committee, said last August that Eriksen would not be able to play in Italy with a chest pacemaker (ICD). It was then almost certain that Inter Milan would release Eriksen.

The Serie A champions confirmed the news in a message posted on their website today. Inter has released the Danish midfielder.

Eriksen suffered a heart attack on the field in Denmark’s first match in the last Euro. With the immediate efforts of his teammates and team doctors, Eriksen survived the voyage. Although he was hospitalized and gradually recovered, he could no longer play in the Euros. Concerns are also raised about whether he will ever be able to play again.

Eriksen was released from the hospital with a pacemaker in his chest. Eriksen, 29, who has played only two seasons for Inter, has not returned to the field this season.

Inter has given an emotional message to Eriksen. “Inter Milan are confirming that the two sides have agreed to rescind Christian Eriksen’s contract on the basis of mutual agreement,” the club said in a statement. The whole Inter family is with Eriksen and wishes him a bright future. Even if the two sides part ways, this bond will never be broken. ‘

Eriksen suffered a heart attack on June 12 in the Euros match against Finland. After recovering, he returned to Inter in August. Talked to the club authorities. In early December, the Danish club practiced with the club. Ericsson left Tottenham in January last year to join Inter. His contract was valid till 2024.

Christian Eriksen’s time at Inter Milan looks set to end before the year is out after both player and club reportedly agreed to terminate his contract.

Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest at Euro 2020 on the pitch as Denmark played Finland.

He received life-saving treatment on the pitch at Copenhagen’s Parken Stadium before being taken to a nearby hospital, where he was fitted with an ICD (Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator).

The ICD is connected to the heart by wires and sends an electrical pulse in order to correct irregular rhythms.

Eriksen is still on the books at Inter Milan but according to Italian publication Gazzetta della Sport, the contract could be terminated soon as a result of the cardiac arrest.