Christian Ericsson is reportedly training with Swiss third tier outfit FC Chiasso as he looks for a new club.
The former Tottenham star, 29, is yet to play for Denmark at Euro 2020 on the pitch after suffering a cardiac arrest.
His contract at Inter Milan was terminated this month as footballers with ICDs (implantable cardioverter defibrillators) have been banned from playing in Italy.
The device monitors his heart rhythm and sends shocks to his heart when needed.
His agent Martin Schutz has already confirmed that some teams are willing to sign Ericsson.
The Great Dane returned to training this month with former club Odense Boldclub.
According to Swiss outlet Le Matin, now Chiasso is allowing her to train with him to stay fit.
He is using the facilities of the Swiss Promotion League with a club at a higher level to ‘keep in shape before being bounced back’.
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There has been speculation recently that he could return to one of his former teams, Ajax – but reporter Fabrizio Romano dismissed the Dutch giant’s interest.
Tottenham have also been suggested as a surprise next move.
Before leaving for Inter in January 2020, the playmaker spent seven years in north London, including 305 appearances.
His agent Martin Schutts recently said: “Things look good. And he is feeling well. All material results are positive. Christian has his own dreams.
“Christian is doing really well. He has been training himself for months and things are going great.
“It was clear that we would work towards this solution for a long time. Italy is the only country where as a rule you cannot play with an ICD.
“So it’s a pity, especially since Chris is so loved by fans. But on the other hand it’s also a positive because Chris can now look at the future from a different perspective.
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