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– English Premier League clubs today reluctantly decided, but unanimously decided not to release players for international matches in the red-listed countries, as reported in Statement from the Premier League.
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The clubs decision, which is strongly supported by the Premier League, will apply to the approximately 60 players from 19 Premier League clubs who will travel to the 26 red-listed countries during the national team tenure in September, as it continues.
Last week, there was a storm over quarantine rules for Premier League players. If the player is going to a red-listed country, he will have to quarantine for ten days upon his return to the UK.
In previous downtimes for the national team during the pandemic, FIFA allowed clubs to refuse players to attend a national team rally if they had to quarantine after the flight home.
This exception was lifted before the upcoming national team break.
This came in the wake of FIFA’s current position not to extend the temporary exemption for players who must be quarantined upon their return from the duties of the national team, according to the statement.
For example, players who were going to travel to South America were at a disadvantage. Earlier this week, it was announced that Liverpool would refuse to leave Alisson Becker, Roberto Firmino and Fabinho, as Brazil will play in the red-listed countries. They also did not want Mohamed Salah to be released to Egypt, which is also on the red list.
The Premier League wrote that they have tried to find a solution with the FA and the authorities. However, due to concerns about travelers from the red-listed countries, the clubs were not granted an exemption.
Quarantined players were at risk of losing two rounds of the Premier League, as well as one European Cup match and the third round of the League Cup.
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