Christian Eriksen offered six-month deal to make remarkable Premier League return

AARHUS, DENMARK - SEPTEMBER 09: Christian Eriksen of Denmark celebrates after scoring their first goal during the UEFA Nations League match between Denmark and Wales at Ceres Park on September 9, 2018 in Aarhus, Denmark. (Photo by Lars Ronbog / FrontZoneSport via Getty Images)

Christian Eriksen is closing in on a return to the Premier League with Brentford offering a short-term deal.
The playmaker, 29, has not made an appearance for club or country since he suffered a cardiac arrest during Denmark’s Euro 2020 fixture against Finland in June.


Eriksen agreed to terminate his contract with Inter Milan in mid-December as he was fitted with an ICD (Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator) which prevents him from playing in Serie A.

Despite having the heart-starting device, the former Tottenham star has been given the green light by specialists to resume his professional career.

Numerous Premier League clubs have been monitoring the situation and Brentford have seized the initiative in the January transfer window by offering Eriksen a six-month contract.

As first reported by The Athletic , the Bees’ proposal also includes the option to extend for another year.

Should Eriksen accept their offer, it would bring him back to the English top-flight two years on from his £17million move from Spurs to Inter.

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