I agree, that is why I mentioned Onana because for Ajax he doesn't have a real book value, too. In that way they at least get a great midfielder in exchange instead of waiting till summer when he leaves for free.I doubt we get a penny for him tbh. Why would anyone pay for him?
There is absolutely zero chance Eriksen would join Newcastle.Ericksen to Newcastle then
Joking aside, I can see it tbh. Isn’t super young/ old and has good playing years left, great talent, would jump on the wage they’d give him and he’d be a star there. Something that also acts as a statement. It might also lead to…other things…takeover related…
According to Il Corriere dello Sport, Christian Eriksen is tempted by a return to Ajax, where he could play with a heart defibrillator implanted.It was always going to end like this, people wanted to believe he can play for us again but there's no legal or rational way to pull that off.
I'm not a doctor but I don't think there's any evidence that can prove that.According to Il Corriere dello Sport, Christian Eriksen is tempted by a return to Ajax, where he could play with a heart defibrillator implanted.
The 29-year-old is unlikely to be given the green light to play in Serie A again after having a heart starter implanted last summer.
In Italy, it’s forbidden to play with a heart defibrillator implanted, as per the Cardiological Organizational Committee for Sports Fitness protocol, which was updated in 2017. Italian authorities do not allow play any contact sport with a heart defibrillator implanted as any contact or hit could break the device.
Eriksen still has a chance to play in Italy, but doctors would need to prove a temporary illness or a virus caused his heart disease.
Eriksen could continue playing in other European divisions, such as the Erediviese, where Ajax and the Netherlands defender Daley Blind plays with a heart starter implanted. According to Il Corriere dello Sport, Inter don’t expect to get any payment for Eriksen, but his exit would allow the Serie A champions to save his €7.5m-a-year salary.
The report specifies that every decision will be taken together with the player and his entourage, with whom Inter are on excellent terms.
Yeah FIFA/UEFA pays his salary for one year so I guess we won't send him anywhere before that, unless someone wants to pay money.from FIFA/UEFA, the salary I believe is only one year. I'm not sure what other business insurance policies we might have, though.
We probably need to take the capital loss, unless we've got a policy that covers it, and then just accept that we got a 1/10000 bad luck
It doesn't have any real implications, though. FFP is dead. Any potential buyer would disregard the expense as a nonrecurring item when performing their valuation of the club.Yeah FIFA/UEFA pays his salary for one year so I guess we won't send him anywhere before that, unless someone wants to pay money.
It's terrible though if we need to eat all that minusvalenza.