Inter and Eriksen Terminated Their Contract with ‘Mutual Consent’

Inter and Eriksen Terminated Their Contract with ‘Mutual Consent’

Serie A champions Inter have agreed to terminate the contract of Denmark international Christian Eriksen. After the veteran trained alone at his ex-club (football news), now, Inter and Eriksen terminated their contract with ‘mutual consent’.

The Danish midfielder is legally unable to play competitive football in Italy following a serious health scare at Euro 2020.

The 29-year-old suffered cardiac arrest while representing his country at last summer’s European Championship against Finland in the group stage.

He subsequently had to have a defibrillator fitted in which has prevented from competing again in Serie A with Inter. Despite Inter binding him to a deal through to 2024 at San Siro, the Italian top-flight disallows playing with defibrillators.

Inter and Eriksen Terminated Their Contract with ‘Mutual Consent’

As a result of this Serie A rule, now, Christian Eriksen and Inter Milan have agreed to part ways.

A statement on the club’s official website reads: “Inter can confirm an agreement has been reached to terminate Christian Eriksen’s contract by mutual consent. The club and the entire Nerazzurri family wish Christian all the very best for his future.

“Although Inter and Christian are now parting ways, the bond shall never be broken. The good times, the goals, the victories, those Scudetto celebrations with fans outside San Siro – all this will remain forever in Nerazzurri history.”

Meanwhile, Eriksen’s agent, Martin Schoots, is confident the attacking midfielder will find a new club.

“Let’s see what January will bring us. I’ll say more: two clubs have already called me to find out how he’s doing,” he said to La Gazzetta dello Sport.

“And this happened some time ago, when he was still under contract with Inter but was already training on his own, away from the spotlight.”

Schoots also promised that his client Eriksen will be back on the field before too long.

He added to The Daily Mail: “Things look good. And he is feeling good. All physical results are positive. Christian has his dreams.

“Christian is doing really well. He has been training himself for months and things are going very well.

“It was clear that we would work towards this solution for a long time. Italy is simply the only country where as a rule you can’t play with an ICD.

“So its a pity especially since Chris is so immensely loved by the fans. But on the other hand it’s also positive because Chris now can look at the future with another perspective.”


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