Premier league clubs had released there South American players for October two week International break. With Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester clubs and Chelsea now set for next fixtures without players from such countries.
These is after the Brazil manager Tite confirmed that they had called the players for all the three fixtures. And there is no chance of releasing them earlier than expected. To skip last fixture against Uruguay for club duties as per Daily Mail.
That leaves both Manchester City without Emerson and Gabriel Jesus. While Manchester United will be without both Fred and Cavani respectively. While Chelsea will miss the services of Thiago Silva against Brentford.
So is Liverpool without both Febinho and keeper Allison in there early Saturday kick-off at Watford. Despite players from red list allowed by the UK Government to make a return to club. And train with others as long as they are double jabbed.
These could see a future dispute between premier league clubs and South America countries on players contribution to their national teams. Last September international break. Saw players representing Brazil denied opportunity to go for national duties.
Which was met by strict penalties as they were denied chance to play for clubs in a five day bun. A decision which was later reversed before next kick-off. However responsible authorities are expected to solve such issues amicably.
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