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After cardiac arrest - Eriksen is back in training

After cardiac arrest – Eriksen is back in training

Recently on Wednesday morning, the midfielder trained for the ball with a personal trainer at the facility located on the Danish island of Fyn.

“We are very happy that Christian Eriksen is currently keeping our plans,” OB Sports Director Michael Hemmingsen told the Danish newspaper. BT.

Eriksen played in Odense as a junior in the years 2005-2008.

– We’ve been in touch with Christian since his OB left. So, we’re glad he asked if he could rehab in Odalen.

The 29-year-old suffered cardiac arrest at the Danish European Championship premiere against Finland at Park in Copenhagen on June 12. He has not yet commented on the future of his football career.

Since Christian Eriksen has had a pacemaker, defibrillator, implanted since last summer, he is no longer allowed to play in Serie A, as current club Inter Eriksen, with whom he has a contract until June 2024, has opened for sale.

“Although the current circumstances prevent him from meeting the requirements set in Italy, he can do so in other countries where he can continue his competitive career,” Inter wrote in a statement, according to several media.

The OB Premier League side, coached by Andreas Alm, is ninth in the Danish league after 17 rounds played.

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