The ex-Tottenham midfielder, 29, is yet to play since his cardiac arrest on the pitch for Denmark at Euro 2020.
His contract at Inter Milan was terminated because footballers with an ICD (Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator) are banned from playing in Italy.
The device monitors his heart rhythm and sends shocks to his heart if necessary.
But his agent Martin Schoots confirmed there are some teams willing to sign Eriksen.
He told Gazzetta dello Sport: “Chris is in good physical condition. He will play again, I’m optimistic, football is his passion
Let’s see what January brings. I’ll say this: two clubs have already contacted me to find out how he’s doing.
“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.”
Eriksen returned to training this month with former club Odense Boldklub.
There were links with a comeback at another of his former teams, Ajax – but reporter Fabrizio Romano ruled out the Dutch giants’ interest.
Tottenham has also been suggested as a stunning next step.
The playmaker spent seven years in North London, featuring 305 times, before leaving in January 2020.
On his client’s Inter exit, Schoots added: “It was clear that it would end like this, specifically because Italy is the only country that does not allow you to take the field or even train with a defibrillator implant.
So far he has only been able to say goodbye to the directors, but he will also see his team-mates.
“He absolutely wants to visit San Siro as early as January to see the wonderful fans who are crazy about him.
“They strongly wanted him as a player, and once they really knew him, they appreciated him as a person.
“Apart from football, this connection will remain forever.”