Thomas Frank, manager of Brentford Christian Eriksen is believed to be ready to return to the Danish national team.
The 30-year-old midfielder has not played for the “Dairy Cow” team since falling due to an arrhythmia in a game that helped the team. At Euro 2020 last June
, Eriksen terminated his contract with Inter because he was unable to play professionally in Italy due to a pacemaker.
Eriksen will start again at home to Burnley on Saturday and. With Denmark head coach Kasper Hjulmand set to name his squad for the friendlies against Holland and Serbia next week, all eyes will be on Eriksen if the playmaker is included.
Frank said: “Of course it is up to Kasper to decide. Fitness-wise?
“He played 90 – actually 98 – minutes against Norwich, hopefully he plays 90 against Burnley and 90 against Leicester, then that is a very good number of minutes.
He signed for Brentford in the final corner of the last winter. Before calling for fitness, he has played 2 matches in the Premier League. In particular, starting in the last game that “Phueng Noi” defeated Norwich City 3-1,
talking about the possibility of Eriksen being called back to the Danish national team again, Frank said: “I think. that the decision is up to Kasper (Hulmand).”
“About fitness? He was ready, he played 98 minutes against Norwich. Hopefully he will play another 90 minutes against Burnley and 90 minutes against Leicester
. Or have you tried doing something like this before? He is an experienced player. But I think it’s something Christian and Casper have to talk about,” he said.