The Premier League has eased a rule that prevented coach Tite from relying on players who play in England in Brazil’s latest World Cup qualifiers. The change relieves that athletes returning from countries deemed in the “red zone” for Covid-19 must undergo a 10-day quarantine inside a hotel.
However, players who decide to play for their national teams in the so-called “red zones” will have to go through a period of social isolation in the form of a bubble within their clubs, but only for five days, according to “Athletic”. “.
The plan was designed by the Ministry of Culture, Media and Digital Sports and carried over to the 20 Premier League clubs. If there is an agreement, the teams should not suffer in the October period, when a new triple round of qualifying takes place in South America, with their players absent for a long time.
And earlier this September, several clubs refused to dispense with their players because of the period in which they would be absent after returning from the “red zone” countries. However, talks have already started since November, and there will be new rounds of qualifying.
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