Agent responds to Inter Milan claims of Eriksen sale need
The 29-year-old was fitted with an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) after suffering a cardiac arrest while playing for Denmark against Finland at Euro 2020 in June, to regulate any further changes in his heartbeat.
Inter Milan confirmed they were looking to sell the player as Serie A rules prevent players from playing in competitive games with a defibrillator, but former Tottenham and Ajax star Eriksen could theoretically continue his career in another country.
Responding to Inter’s announcement about his future, his agent Martin Schoots told Goal: “The statement is a message from the company FC Internazionale Milano SpA to its shareholders.
“Every player has a book value. And since Christian is a contracted player of the club, technically he still has a book value. That’s all it says, it’s an accounting issue and it has not so much to do with Christian himself.
“Christian is doing well. He is spending a lot of quality time with his family. He is in good shape. When there will be more news, it will be communicated.”
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