According to La Gazzetta Dello Sport, Christian Eriksen and his agent will meet Inter directors today to terminate the midfielder’s contract with the Nerazzurri.
Eriksen has returned to Milan from Denmark but, as expected, doctors didn’t give him the green light to continue playing in Serie A.
The Dane is not allowed to train or play in Italy with a heart starter implanted as any contact, or hit could break the device.
Eriksen has been training with his former club Odense over the last few weeks and returned to Milan to undergo medical examinations but didn’t hope to receive the green light from medics.
Former Inter midfielder Khalilou Fadiga was diagnosed with heart disease upon his arrival to Inter in 2002 and never played in a Nerazzurri shirt, but continued his career in the Premier League.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Eriksen could terminate his contract with the Nerazzurri today and continue his playing career in his native country. The Premier League and the Eredivisie are also potential options for the 29-year-old.
It remains to be seen if one meeting will be enough or if the player’s agent and Inter need another summit to fix all the details and finalize Eriksen’s contract rescission.