Manchester United on-loan star Andreas Pereira could face six-game ban for 'not following Covid-19 rules. For all players getting in or through from United Kingdom to Brazil. And these will see his current club Flamingo as well being on the receiving end.
As per the Sun, those players arriving to Brazil from UK. Are due to undergo a mandatory 14 day quarantine measures before allowed to make more movements. But the aforementioned player did only make half of the said days probably 7 days according to STJD.
Which now is subject to punishment by Superior Sports Court for Football in Brazil. Flamingo as well could be handed a penalty after provoking. Articles 191, l, ll, ll, 203 and 204 of the CBJD ( Brazil Sports Justice Cide).
And so is Pereira after he is alleged to have bridged article 258. The latter failed to impress under the Norwegian International. With the availability of both Bruno, Mata and Pogba. Who come before him in the pecking order under Ole.
If his loan spell goes well he may be sanctioned for a permanent deal with the Brazilian side. But with poor results for Ole's team. Which may see a change in manager anytime if results don't change. There could be a chance for Pereira to try his lack with another boss.
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