Liverpool are unlikely to face isolation issues next time around in the September international break, but the Brazilian trio could be pushed to the brink of losing two more games.
Brazil are expected to invite Allison, Fabinho and Roberto Firmino to next month’s World Cup qualifiers against Venezuela (October 8), Colombia (October 10) and Uruguay (October 15).
But in early September, when Liverpool and most of the Premier League clubs blocked calls for countries on the UK travel red list, there would not be as much controversy surrounding the situation.
His position was due to government regulations, and anyone returning to the UK from the red list country would have 10 days of self-isolation.
According to the Jurgen Globe, the biggest problem is not the possibility of losing games, but the players were isolated in a designated hotel without proper nutrition and training facilities.
Even if Egypt is removed from the red list, it means that Mohamed Salah will be free to represent his country, and fears about Brazilian parties persist.
The three countries where Tito’s national team plays (Venezuela, Colombia and Brazil) are currently on the red list, but accordingly AthletesJack Pitt-Brooke, The government should relax the rules for elite footballers.
Instead of 10-day hotel isolation, players will be allowed to isolate themselves in the club’s bubble for five days and continue training.
However, Liverpool’s Brazilian trio could miss the Premier League (October 16) and the Atletico Madrid Champions League (October 19) with Watford.
In a strange turn, Brazil welcomes Uruguay on October 15 at 12:30 pm, 36 hours before Vicarage Road.
This should represent a conflict of interest anyway and raise the opportunity to negotiate with the Brazilian Football Federation (CBF) so that their players participate in only the first two matches.
If so, Liverpool could already invite Alison, Fabinho and Firmino to the match against Watford, which would be a favorite scene.
However, given the circumstances of the September break, it is unclear whether the CFF will accept this, as they are seeking punishment for all Premier League clubs that have invited players, especially for Everton.
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