The Danish midfielder has been cleared to play for the national team again after suffering cardiac arrest during the Euro 2020 qualifiers. In an exclusive interview with Eurosport‚ Christian Eriksen revealed that the recent Covid scare almost ruined his comeback. It's not an issue now‚ I'm focused on my career‚ he told Eurosport. He also admitted that the recent crisis has left him unsure of whether he can play in the Premier League again. The Danish international will not be considered for Brentford's match against Crystal Palace this Saturday. He is due to play in a friendly on Monday‚ but won't be eligible for Saturday's game. He is expected to return to football action in midweek against Southend. Although his recovery has been slow‚ he has fought through his heart condition and is ready to close the chapter on his collapse. After a devastating collapse in the Euro 2020 qualifiers‚ Christian Eriksen was forced to withdraw from international duty. His wife Sabrina told him that he would never play football again. After being fitted with an implantable cardioverter defibrillator‚ doctors were able to give him hope of returning to the field. But he still had some doubts about his recovery. After his return‚ the Danish national team will have two days of rest. On Sunday‚ the squad took time off to process the incident‚ and Eriksen was in good spirits. Afterwards‚ the Crown Prince visited the squad and gave them a message of support. The team will face three relegation rivals in the coming weeks - Newcastle on Feb. 26‚ Norwich on March 5 and Burnley on March 12. The Denmark international suffered cardiac arrest at the Euro 2020 qualifiers. The club subsequently terminated his contract. His treatment included an implanted cardioverter defibrillator. He has since returned to the Premier League and joined Brentford in January. However‚ the Danish team will now have to wait a few weeks before he can resume competitive football. He will need to prove his fitness and his ability to recover from his recent collapse. The Danish international has signed a contract until the end of the season. After undergoing various tests‚ he has not played since the European Championships. He has been training with the Ajax youth team since last month. Thomas Frank‚ the Brentford boss‚ has hailed him as the club's most important signing. He hopes Eriksen will be back in action soon after the break. The Danish international is returning to the Premier League after suffering cardiac arrest in June.
He recently returned to play for Brentford after his recovery. He'll face Serbia in the next match on March 26 and the Netherlands on March 29 before he prepares for the World Cup in November. After his return to the Premier League‚ Eriksen will be in his first competitive match since the collapse. Despite the high level of competition in the Premier League‚ it remains a mystery whether Eriksen will be able to play in a competitive match after his collapse in June. The injury prevented him from being able to play for Denmark. He is unable to play in the Italian league after the incident and has been banned from playing in the country. Therefore‚ it's important for him to be fit and available for the upcoming matches. After his collapse at the Euro 2020‚ it was unclear whether the Danish international would be able to return to the Premier League. But after a week of rest‚ he's due to face Belgium on Thursday. He will be able to return to action after being out of action for five months. While the possibility of a comeback is still a long way off‚ it seems unlikely.