Denmark international midfielder Christian Eriksen is set to return back to football after passing his medical tests at Premier League side Brentford.
The player has not kicked a ball since the Euro 2020 where he collapsed on the pitch with his club Inter Milan refusing to have him back into play on health grounds.
The player has been training with his former employers Ajax in his body to keep fit but insisted that he wants to be with the Danish team in the summer World Cup and needs a club that will guarantee him more playing time.
Exclusive: Christian Eriksen is set to sign for #Brentfordfc on a deal until the end of the season. He has passed all the necessary medical checks and is fit to return to football. He is now on the verge of signing the contract to become their most famous ever player #Bees pic.twitter.com/moaW27Zdxs
— Lyall Thomas (@SkySportsLyall) January 30, 2022
Brentford has taken the risk of having him with Sky Sports’ Lyall Thomas tweeted that a deal until the end of the season is set to be signed after Eriksen proved his fitness by passing all the necessary medical checks.
The deal is expected to be ratified when Inter officially releases the player with Brentford keen to add to their midfield as they seek to stay afloat in the Premier League.