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“I’m a guy who wants to play football. I’m here to play and prove I can be on that list.”
Bees’ Danish boss Thomas Frank gave his compatriot the chance to return to the West London club.

United visit Brentford on August 13, six days after their Prem opener against Brighton at Old Trafford.

And despite rejecting the chance to extend his five-month Brentford stay, Eriksen revealed it will be an emotional return.

He said: “It’s going to be weird being on the other side. It will be fun to see the fans in the stadium. But playing as a United player will be very different, compared to being on the home side.

“I’m forever grateful for what they did. They showed interest and showed they cared from day one for wanting me back.

“They gave me the stage to perform. It’s a great football club.”
Eriksen has played six times for Denmark since his recall in March and is desperate to be at the World Cup.

He started all but one of their four Nations League matches last month so his chances look good if he can hit the ground running at Old Trafford.

Eriksen said: “From when I did my rehab last year, the aim and dream was to be back and in condition for the World Cup.

“We all dream about playing at a World Cup. I’ve been there and done it before and you keep it with you forever.

“Going to a World Cup with Denmark again, it’s very special.”

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