Antonio Conte is looking at the possibility of signing Christian Eriksen this summer. Eriksen signed a 6 months deal with Brentford after Inter Milan ended his deal. Inter Milan had to end Eriksen`s contract because of Serie-A rules on implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICD). The Danish star suffered a cardiac arrest in the 42nd minute of Denmark’s opening match against Finland at the Euro 2020.
Many thought that was the end of his career. However, he has made a stunning comeback in the Premier League.

Conte and Eriksen worked together at Inter Milan for two years. The pair enjoyed a successful stint as they clinched the Scudetto last year.

Antonio Conte opens door to Christian Eriksen reunion

Christian Eriksen has had a dream return to football. Helping Brentford steer clear of relegation. The former Ajax man also scored on his return to the national team last week. Eriksen was key as Brentford stunned Chelsea 4-1 at Stamford Bridge.

Tottenham have been showing positive signs under Antonio Conte. The Italian has guided Spurs to fourth position on the log. Tottenham are now favorites to finish inside the top 4 after Palace thrashed Arsenal 3-0 last night.

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Conte wants Eriksen as he will help improve Tottenham’s chances of winning any trophy next season. Spurs boss has previously talked up the chances of the Dane returning to the club soon. In February, Antonio Conte did not rule out a move

Conte on Eriksen`s Potential Return To Spurs

“For sure, Eriksen is part of Tottenham’s story. To come back here would be a good opportunity for him, for me, for the club. Now he’s signed for Brentford… only six months, and we’ll see what happens.

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“I’m the first person to be happy to see him again on the pitch because we spent a really good time at Inter Milan together. We won the league, we spent two important seasons together. I wish him all the best for the future. And you don’t know what will happen. It would be good for me to have him again, to work together.”