Crazybola.com – Brazil’s national team has a serious problem being able to call up their best squad to compete in the World Cup Qualifiers in early September when Premier League clubs agree not to release their players to red-listed countries.
Last week Premier League clubs reached an agreement that they would not release players to redlisted countries due to England’s ten-day Covid quarantine regulations, with several South American countries on the redlist.
This means that these players are in danger of missing at least two games after returning from country duty in the first international break of the season, when they must be quarantined for 10 days and for big clubs competing in many competitions, their players could even miss up to 3-3. 4 matches.
The Brazilian national team will continue their struggle in the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers in the Conmebol zone, visiting Chile on Friday (3/9) before playing two consecutive home games against Argentina (6/9) and Peru (10/9), unfortunately they have difficulty calling players from Premier League clubs.
According to reports, the FA have written letters to Manchester United (Fred), Manchester City (Gabriel Jesus, Ederson Moraes), Chelsea (Thiago Silva), Liverpool (Alisson Becker, Fabinho, Roberto Firmino), Leeds (Raphinha) and Everton ( Richarlison) to order their players released.
If the six clubs persist in refusing to release their players to international duty, Brazil will ask FIFA to step in and punish those clubs who refuse to release their players.
Temporary Selecao Having struggled to get their players playing in the Premier League, Argentina have found it easy as Aston Villa’s Emiliano Martinez and Emiliano Buendia, plus Tottenham Hotspur duo Cristian Romero and Giovani Lo Celso have all been allowed by their clubs to leave and are now flying home on Sunday. .
Now the Brazilian national team believes Spurs and Villa are complying with FIFA rules and other clubs have no alternative but to follow them. Indeed Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea have objected to releasing their players because the 10-day isolation rule means that their players will miss at least two Premier League matches and the opening weekend of the Champions League.