The Brazilian FA (CBF) has requested FIFA to block players who clubs refused to release for international duty.They are requesting the players not to be selected for five days thus they will not be able to play fixtures during the weekend and also the Champions league fixtures on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Primer league clubs refused their plays to go for the internationals do to the quarantine required after players have been to countries on UK's red list.The players would have had to miss three or perhaps four fixtures due to the quarantine and time required to attain match fitness.Hence this was a no_brainer for the clubs involved.
If the rule is enforced the following players will miss the games: Liverpool's Alisson,Manchester United's Fred, Raphinha of Leeds United,Fabinho of Liverpool, Ederson and Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City together with Thiago Silva of Chelsea ,Richarlison will miss the axe due to his club's good relationship with the CBF.
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