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Eriksen joins Brentford for rest of the season

By Reuters
31 January 2022   |   1:19 pm
Brentford has signed Denmark international Christian Eriksen as a free agent for the rest of this season, the Premier League club said on Monday. Eriksen has not played since suffering a cardiac arrest in Denmark's opening match of the European Championship against Finland in June and has been training with his former club Ajax Amsterdam to build up his fitness.

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