Can Christian Eriksen continue his career?
The inter-professional will be examined again next week.
One thing worries.
Munich / Milan - Probably all football fans would like this picture: To see Christian Eriksen running across the pitch with a ball on his foot again in his shirt.
But whether the Dane can really continue his career is not yet certain.
The 29-year-old is due to travel to Milan next week to undergo further medical tests.
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reported on Thursday, it is not only about whether the inter-professional can train and play at a high performance level again, but also whether he can do without the implanted defibrillator in the future.
Christian Eriksen: Comeback or end of career?
Inter-Star is due to be examined next week
This could save Eriksen's life.
However, in Italy it is forbidden to play with an implanted defibrillator.
"Only if his defibrillator is removed and a specialist can show that he is physically well again can he play for Inter again," Francesco Braconaro, member of the scientific commission at the Italian association FIGC, recently
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A game permit for a professional with a defibrillator used is not possible in Italy.
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In Italy there are much stricter rules in this regard than in other European leagues.
For example, the Dutch international Daley Blind from Ajax Amsterdam plays with a defibrillator.
Eriksen collapsed in the 42nd minute of the opening game of the Danish national team against Finland at the European Football Championship * at the beginning of June and had to be revived *.
The 29-year-old was then implanted with a defibrillator that detects cardiac arrhythmias and triggers shocks in an emergency.
Eriksen has a contract with Inter Milan * until 2024. He played 26 times for Nerazzurri in the past season and scored three goals.
He also celebrated the first championship with Inter in eleven years.
(smk / dpa) * tz.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA