Denmark’s footballer Christian Eriksen suffered a heart attack in the field during the last Euro match. He had to be taken to the hospital immediately.
At that time, many could not imagine that Eriksen would be able to return to the field again. But Eriksen surprised everyone and returned to the field again.
This time Eriksen joined club football in the world’s most competitive league English Premier League club Manchester United.
His move to Man United was announced on Friday. Eriksen joined the Allreds jersey on a three-year deal.
Eriksen was at Brentford. However, he became a free agent this season. That’s why he was able to join Man United for free,
he will play as a teammate of Cristiano Ronaldo. He is Man Ue’s second new signing under new manager Erik ten Hag.
Eriksen joined Brentford last January. He played only 11 matches there and scored only one.
After joining Man United, Eriksen said, ‘Man United is a special club. There is no game here. I have been lucky enough to play at Old Trafford many times.
But the thrill of wearing the red jersey of the Red Devils is different. I saw with my own eyes how Erik (ten Haag) ran the team at Ajax (Amsterdam).
There every day everything was followed by the rules. I understood then, he is a wonderful coach. Talked to him. Eric explained in detail what he wanted.’
Eriksen was playing for Inter Milan when he suffered a heart attack during the Euros; But if you have a heart attack and have an ICD device installed in your chest,
you cannot play in the Italian league. As a result, even after recovering, he could not join Inter Milan.
However, if this is the case, there is no obstacle to play in the Premier League. Because of this, in the middle of last season, Brentford,
a club in the lower ranks of the Premier League, was able to take him to the team. Brentford finished the Premier League in 13th place.
Eriksen also acknowledged the contribution of the small club in coming to Man United.🔱
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