Former Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen has been given the green light by specialists to play again after suffering a cardiac arrest during last summer’s Euros
Eriksen is now in full training in the Swiss village of Chiasso considering a number of offers from English clubs.
The 29-year-old also has opportunities to remain on the continent after Inter Milan released him because he is not allowed to play in Serie A after being fitted with an implantable cardiovascular defibrillator.
Eriksen, signed by Inter from Spurs for £16million, has been assured by doctors that there is no reason why he can’t return to the elite level.
And he has set his sights on forcing his way into Denmark’s squad for the World Cup.
He believes a return to the Premier League will give him that platform.
Eriksen said recently: “My goal is to play the World Cup in Qatar.
“That has always been my mentality. It is a goal, a dream. If I am chosen it is something else, but it is my dream to return.
“I’m sure I can go back because I don’t feel any different. Physically, I am in perfect shape.
“Christian was treated exceptionally well by the British public, not only for his great football skills, but also for his human values, his modesty and his selflessness.”