The former Inter Milan player had an impressive weapon set up following his impressive fall at Euro 2020 in Copenhagen.
Christian Eriksen wants to return to football to play in Denmark for the 2022 World Cup but his interview with a Danish journalist raised many questions, with the player’s future still in the air.
Such equipment is illegal in Italy and its operation there ended well.
“My goal is to play in the World Cup in Qatar,” Eriksen said in an interview with Danish Broadcasting Corporation on Tuesday.
“Whether I can be chosen is a very different thing … but … I can go back.”
A former Daley Blind team-mate had a similar device and is playing for Ajax Amsterdam, a Dutch club that Eriksen dropped out of before joining Premier League Tottenham Hotspur and several clubs are expected to be on the Eriksen’s player market. skills.
However, Eriksen will have to prove to everyone who can recruit him that he is fit to play.
“That’s why I feel it’s time to go and ask questions because I know what I want – I want to play football again.”
Eriksen seemed relaxed as they discussed what the future held, and he took the opportunity to reassure the clubs that his heart could be trusted.
“They [the doctors] I said ‘okay’, I said ‘okay’, then everything is stable, which sounds like a green light so I can play football again, “said Eriksen.
His last act of public performance was to raise fans as he was carried off from Parken Stadium in a stretcher, well, dead, and resurrected.
He stayed out of the crowd as they repaired him until he heard that he was ready to return.
Now without a club for the first time in his brilliant career, his future at the game is uncertain.
“In the world of football, you can’t decide for yourself where you are going,” he said.
After his fall, a Danish team doctor said Eriksen’s heart stopped and he “went” before being resuscitated by a defibrillator.
“She was gone; we did a refreshment, it was a heart attack. We sent him back after one defib [defibrillation], “Dr Morten Boesen told a news conference last June.