Christian Eriksson showed he can still be bees knees with a magical free-kick in Ajax training ahead of his expected Brentford move.
Leicester have also been linked with the 29-year-old, who has been fitted with a mini defibrillator after a cardiac arrest at Euro 2020.
Serie A rules ban players equipped with such equipment, so Inter Milan released them in October.
But the 109-capped Denmark midfielder has been through heart tests.
And Brentford shares his belief that he can play at the top level again with more risks to his health than any other player.
The former Ajax playwright certainly looked fast and hungry training with a stockpile of Dutch giants.
Ajax posted a detailed clip of his session, from his arrival with only a boot-bag and a reassuring thumbs up.
It was raining Ericsson in a dazzling dead-ball delivery from afar.
The last free-kick was rolled down the corner of the bar.
A perfect symbol, if anyone was needed, that he is ready to return after his on-pitch collapse against Finland in June last year.
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Ericsson says he ‘died for five minutes’ and never expected to play again.
But after having an implantable cardioverter defibrillator fitted to monitor her heart, Ericsson no longer has any fear of fitness.
Brentford is set to take another step forward in his first love season, making Ericsson his most famous signing so far this month.
And twenty boss Thomas Frank said: “Christian is a wonderful man and I am sure he will do well.”
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