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Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest while playing for Denmark at Euro 2020; The midfielder was released by Inter Milan last month because Italian rules do not allow anyone to play with an implanted pacemaker; Eriksen’s “dream” is to participate in this year’s World Cup

Christian Eriksen insists he has no fears about suffering another cardiac arrest as he plans to resume his football career. Pictures courtesy of DR/Danish Broadcasting Corporation

Christian Eriksen: Brentford is among the Premier League clubs interested in Christian Eriksen after Inter Milan exit

Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest while playing for Denmark at Euro 2020; The midfielder was released by Inter Milan last month because Italian rules do not allow anyone to play with an implanted pacemaker; Eriksen’s “dream” is to participate in this year’s World Cup

Brentford is among a number of Premier League clubs interested in bringing Christian Eriksen back to England, seven months after he suffered a heart attack while playing for Denmark in last summer’s Euros.

Bees inquired about Eriksen’s plans following his release from Inter Milan last month.

There is a strong Danish relationship at Brentford, with coach Thomas Frank and fellow internationals Christian Norgaard and Mathias Jensen among the many known to Eriksen.

The Denmark international is evaluating his options while training in southern Switzerland, right across the border from his home in Italy near Milan.

Tottenham manager Antonio Conte said the “door is always open” for Eriksen at Spurs after they worked together at Inter.

The midfielder spent six and a half years at Tottenham before leaving for Inter in 2020.

Eriksen left Serie A by mutual consent after the Italian medical authority suspended him from playing in Serie A due to a rule banning the use of an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD).

The 29-year-old was fitted with ICD technology after suffering cardiac arrest during Denmark’s Euro 2020 match against Finland in Copenhagen.

Eriksen revealed earlier this month that he “died for five minutes” before being revived by paramedics who delivered the life-saving treatment on the field.

He also told Danish radio DR that he wants to play in this year’s World Cup.

Eriksen said: “My goal is to play in the Qatar World Cup. I want to play. This has been my mentality all along. It is a goal, a dream.

“Whether I will be selected is another thing, but my dream is to return.

“Physically, I’m back at the top of my fitness. I want to prove that I’ve moved forward and that I can play for the national team again.

“It is up to the manager to assess my level but my heart is not an obstacle.”

Last month, Eriksen’s agent Martin Schutz told Sky Sports News that the midfielder was “optimistic” about resuming his football career and was working hard to get back into play.

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Christian Eriksen: Brentford is among the Premier League clubs interested in Christian Eriksen after Inter Milan exit

Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest while playing for Denmark at Euro 2020; The midfielder was released by Inter Milan last month because Italian rules do not allow anyone to play with an implanted pacemaker; Eriksen’s “dream” is to participate in this year’s World Cup

Brentford is among a number of Premier League clubs interested in bringing Christian Eriksen back to England, seven months after he suffered a heart attack while playing for Denmark in last summer’s Euros.

Bees inquired about Eriksen’s plans following his release from Inter Milan last month.

There is a strong Danish relationship at Brentford, with coach Thomas Frank and fellow internationals Christian Norgaard and Mathias Jensen among the many known to Eriksen.

The Denmark international is evaluating his options while training in southern Switzerland, right across the border from his home in Italy near Milan.

Tottenham manager Antonio Conte said the “door is always open” for Eriksen at Spurs after they worked together at Inter.

The midfielder spent six and a half years at Tottenham before leaving for Inter in 2020.

Eriksen left Serie A by mutual consent after the Italian medical authority suspended him from playing in Serie A due to a rule banning the use of an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD).

The 29-year-old was fitted with ICD technology after suffering cardiac arrest during Denmark’s Euro 2020 match against Finland in Copenhagen.

Eriksen revealed earlier this month that he “died for five minutes” before being revived by paramedics who delivered the life-saving treatment on the field.

He also told Danish radio DR that he wants to play in this year’s World Cup.

Eriksen said: “My goal is to play in the Qatar World Cup. I want to play. This has been my mentality all along. It is a goal, a dream.

“Whether I will be selected is another thing, but my dream is to return.

“Physically, I’m back at the top of my fitness. I want to prove that I’ve moved forward and that I can play for the national team again.

“It is up to the manager to assess my level but my heart is not an obstacle.”

Last month, Eriksen’s agent Martin Schutz told Sky Sports News that the midfielder was “optimistic” about resuming his football career and was working hard to get back into play.

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