Christian Eriksen has sent a message to his former team-mate Harry Kane after it was announced that England will be playing Denmark in the UEFA Nations League later this year.
Eriksen completed a move to Inter Milan in January and the midfielder’s departure did not come as much of a surprise given the fact that he only had six months to run on his contract with the club.
Kane was one of several first-team stars to send an emotional goodbye message to Eriksen on hearing the news of his departure.
The duo built a fantastic partnership for the club over the last few seasons with the Dane setting up many of the England captain’s goals.
It was announced on Sunday that England had been drawn in Group A2 along with Denmark, Belgium and Iceland for the next campaign of the UEFA Nations League.
Kane, who is expected to recover from his hamstring injury to lead the Three Lions attack at the Euros this summer (The Sun), revealed his excitement at the fixtures.
Some great games coming later in the year. All focus on the Euros first ! 🦁🦁🦁 https://t.co/mjVlrDLmSm
— Harry Kane (@HKane) March 3, 2020
Eriksen has now responded to the 26-year-old’s message with an eye emoji and a Danish flag:
— Christian Eriksen (@ChrisEriksen8) March 3, 2020
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Despite Eriksen making a slow start to life at Inter, I fully expect the midfielder to be a hit at the San Siro. The Italian league will suit the Dane and I can see him starting to dictate proceedings once he settles in. It is a shame that Eriksen’s Spurs career ended in the fashion that it did as he could have potentially been a modern-day great for us.
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