Inter Milan have decided to part ways with Denmark International Christian Eriksen, MySportDab reports.
The midfielder has been set free by the club who can no longer have him playing for them after Euro 2020 incident.
Christian Eriksen who collapsed during a match for Denmark will no longer be playing for Inter Milan as he has been released.
Both the club and player agreed to terminate the contract on a mutual agreement which will see the midfielder become a free agent.
According to Fabrizio Romano:
“Inter Milan and Christian Eriksen has decided to terminate the current contract on mutual agreement, as he’s not allowed to play in Serie A with a defibrillator.
“Official announcement soon – then Eriksen will be free to considered proposal from other countries.
This isn’t something that was planned by the midfielder who once plated for Tottenham before making a move to Italy.
Christian Eriksen still have more year’s to offer in football and he won’t be looking to retire yet as he will be hoping for a fresh start.
It hasn’t been the same since he collapsed during the match which forced him to restraint from football for a short period while he undergone treatment.
He will be making a comeback when he gets a move in the January window which could see him head somewhere away from Europe.
Christian Eriksen who joined Inter Milan from Tottenham didn’t have it that good in getting much play time but did managed to win the Serie A title with the club.