Christian Eriksen hasn't featured in a competitive football match since the summer when he suffered a cardiac arrest at Euro 2020 with Denmark. While there was a belief that he might never play again, it appears the Dane is working extremely hard to get back on the pitch.

On Thursday, Eriksen and Inter Milan mutually agreed to terminate his contract because he is not permitted to play in Serie A due to having a defibrillator, which is Italian law. However, per Christian Eriksen's agent Martin Schoots, his client remains hopeful that he'll be able to find a new club sooner rather than later.

Via Sky Sports:

“He is working really hard, and I'm glad that he was able to do that during the last few months in silence.

“It's too early to say where Christian Eriksen's future lies. Because of special regulations in Italy, which have already existed for decades, the only thing we know for sure is that it will not be in Italy. And it will not be in another continent either, because of family reasons.

“A few clubs have already contacted us some weeks ago. We have to see what the future brings. But it seems bright and that is the most important thing.”

It would be a delight to see Christian Eriksen playing football again. He's even recently been training at his boyhood club in Denmark as the midfielder figures out his next move.

There's no doubt that Eriksen and his family will be a bit timid to return to the sport following that horrific day in Copenhagen. But, he's receiving the best treatment and making sure his body and mind are in tip-top shape.

It will be very interesting to see where Christian Eriksen ends up.