Inter Milan say Christian Eriksen is in “excellent physical and mental health” after the midfielder visited the club’s training grounds for the first time since his cardiac arrest in June.

Eriksen met the directors and staff of Inter as well as his teammates and the club’s new manager, Simone Inzaghi.

The Italian champion says Eriksen will pursue the recovery program “proposed by Danish doctors in Copenhagen who will also coordinate clinical follow-up care”.

Inter added that their medical team will be kept informed of the midfielder’s progress.

Eriksen collapsed on the pitch after suffering cardiac arrest in the opening match of Euro 2020 against Finland on June 12.

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Premier League referee Anthony Taylor says Denmark captain Simon Kjaer is a “hero” for his quick reaction to the collapse of his teammate Eriksen during their 2020 Euro game against Finland, in which Taylor reigned

He spent six days in the hospital, where he was given a defibrillator (ICD).

It remains to be seen whether Eriksen can continue his playing career in Italy. If he can, he’ll likely be on the sidelines for at least another six months.

Denmark lost their game against Finland – which resumed hours after Eriksen’s collapse – as well as their second group game against Belgium.

However, a big win against Russia in the next game resulted in them squeezing through the group before making a remarkable run to the semifinals, where they were beaten by England in extra time.

Eriksen joined Inter from Tottenham in January 2020 and helped them win Serie A for the first time in 11 years last season.

Before that, he spent almost seven years in north London and made over 300 appearances.