Christian Eriksen transfer: Brentford could offer Dane a surprise Premier League return, according to reports

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Christian Eriksen could return to playing in the Premier League sooner than expected. The former Inter Milan player has become a target of Brentford in this transfer window. As reported by Jay Harris at The Athletic, the Danish midfielder could in fact become a new signing for the English club in the coming days after offering him a six-month contract with the option of an additional year. If the move happens, it will mark Eriksen’s return to elite level football after he collapsed on the pitch and was injured. cardiac arrest during Euro 2020 last summer last summer while playing for Denmark. Eriksen’s long road to recovery begins quickly and he reveals that he hopes to return play for Denmark at World Cup 2022. However, the Italian FA’s medical rules have created a key to those aspirational plans. Eriksen needs a pacemaker which means he will unable to play for his club, Inter Milan, as these devices are not allowed. In December, Inter Milan and Eriksen officially parted ways, six months after the horrific incident.

The Premier League doesn’t have the same restrictions on the use of medical equipment that Eriksen faced in Italy, so provided he overcomes his fitness he should be able to compete. If Brentford closes the deal, and puts Eriksen on board, questions will then become about what 29-year-old Eriksen has left in the tank as a player. Eriksen last played in the Premier League with Tottenham Hotspur in the 2019-20 season before leaving, ending an eight-year spell that saw him make 226 appearances for the North London club, in January for Inter Milan. At Inter, he was a regular, although not always a starter, while Antonio Conte appeared 43 times in a season and a half.

If Eriksen remains healthy and successful at Brentford, his third career performance could be one of the most memorable comebacks of all time. Christian Eriksen transfer: Brentford could offer Dane a surprise Premier League return, according to reports

James Brien

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