Christian Eriksen will no longer play for Inter.
The Danish midfielder suffered a heart attack in June this year in the Denmark-Finland challenge.
Eriksen has not played football since then after undergoing heart surgery.
The player is not allowed to play in Italy, as Serie A has previously established a rule that footballers with heart problems do not have the right to play.
The 29-year-old has a contract with Inter until June 2024, but he will terminate it with a contract.
The player’s salary of seven million euros a year is currently being covered by the biggest house of European football, FIFA.
The Dane has already started training with his former team Odense, but according to Italian media has reached an agreement with Inter to terminate the contract in January.
Eriksen after terminating his contract with the Neroazzurs is expected to become a new team, where it is most likely that he will sign in the Netherlands with Ajax.