Manchester United announce the signing of Danish midfielder Eriksen

LONDON: Manchester United Football Club announced today, Friday, the signing of Danish national team midfielder Christian Eriksen for a three-year term, 12 months after the player crashed in field during one of the matches of the European Nations Cup (Euro 2020). Eriksen, 30, spent the second half of last season in the ranks of Brentford, where he returned to stadiums months after suffering a heart attack while attending a his home country game at Euro 2020. Eriksen, who in had previously played for Tottenham for seven years, it became the second big deal for Manchester United under new manager Erik ten Hag, as the club he also signed left-back Tyrell Malacia from Feyenoord. “Manchester United is a club special and I can’t wait to start my career with it, “said Eriksen.” I’ve had the honor of playing multiple times at Old Trafford, but playing on this pitch in the Manchester United red jersey will make me feel fantastic. “He continued:” I still have great ambitions in the game, I still have great things ahead of me that I know I can achieve and this is the perfect place to continue my journey. “Eriksen suffered a heart attack during the first half of the match of the Danish team against Finland on 12 June 2021, in the group stage competitions of Euro 2020. After receiving treatment on the field, Eriksen was operated on to install a pacemaker, which meant he was no longer allowed to play in the championship Italian with his team of the time, Inter Milan. Eriksen signed with Brentford last January to return to football on February 26, where he participated as a substitute during the second half of the match against Newcastle. Eriksen h he made good deals with Brentford to attract the interest of Manchester United, who signed him with a contract that will last until 2025. (dpa)