Christian Eriksen is supposedly on the verge of securing a spectacular Premier League homecoming.
The midfielder has been sidelined since having a heart attack last summer while playing for Denmark against Finland at Euro 2020.
Eriksen is a free agent after Inter Milan cancelled his contract owing to his inability to play in Serie A while wearing an implanted cardioverter-defibrillator.
According to The Times, the 29-year-old has been approached by multiple unidentified English Premier League clubs and might sign a deal this week to return to the Premier League.
Eriksen is also attracting interest from teams around Europe, although he is ready to return to England.
Eriksen played at Tottenham from 2013 until 2020, making 305 games, scoring 69 goals and assisting on 90 others.
He has previously trained with Swiss club Chiasso and Odense, where he played as a child.
Antonio Conte stated earlier this month that the door is always open for Eriksen at Tottenham.
Conte stated, ‘I have not spoken with Christian recently.
Without a doubt, it was fantastic to see him on a pitch, kicking a ball.
‘We are discussing a key player.
However, a great man in particular.
‘What occurred this summer was not good for those who worked with him and those who knew him.
I was terrified at the time.
‘And now to see him fully recovered and ready to play football is fantastic news.
I believe that Christian’s door is always open.’
Eriksen earlier expressed his intention to play for Denmark at this year’s World Cup in Qatar.
‘My ambition is to play in the World Cup in Qatar,’ he stated.
I’d want to play.
‘That has been my mindset throughout.
It is an aim, a fantasy.
Whether or if I am chosen is another matter.
However, it is my ambition to return.
‘I’m confident I can return since I’m not feeling any different.
I’m back in peak physical condition.
That has been my objective, but it is still a long way off, so in the meanwhile, I’m going to play football and demonstrate that I’m back at the same level.’