Eriksen prepares for Denmark's first match against the Netherlands since the "heart attack"

The Danish national football team coach announced Wednesday that the maker of his player Christian Eriksen, who has recovered from being infected with the Corona virus, may be ready to play the friendly match against the Netherlands on Saturday and register his international return nine months after his heart attack in the European Cup.

"The most likely scenario will start on the bench against the Netherlands," said Kasper Hjolmand, adding, "We'll see how things go in Amsterdam, but he is one hundred percent available for the match at home" against Serbia next Tuesday.

Eriksen (30 years old), who played 109 international matches and scored 36 goals, missed four days of training with his country's national team in Spain, after he was infected with the Corona virus, and he will resume training on Thursday.

The current English Brentford player suffered a heart attack during Denmark's opening match in the European Cup against Finland in Copenhagen last June, and needed resuscitation on the field before completing his recovery in hospital.

Brentford opened the door for him to return to the English Premier League by signing him until the end of the season and he participated for the first time in an official match since the incident on February 26 against Newcastle.

Eriksen underwent implantation of a pacemaker, a device to prevent the risk of sudden death, but this device does not allow him to play professional football in the Italian League, unlike other tournaments, which led him to leave Inter by mutual consent and return to England after he previously defended About the colors of Tottenham.

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