The Brazil football federation has banned premier league stars who were eligible to play for the country and even were called up but they were prevented from doing so.
It was just few days before the world cup qualification matches were underway the premier league imposed a ban for the player whom their countries are placed on the red list by the UK government. It stated that it has banned players from the red list zone from participating in world cup qualification games or if it is a must to represent your country then you will have to quarantine upon the return to the UK.
The players from South America were dealt a blow, so their respective clubs went ahead and blocked them therefore staying in England but their respective countries have responded by banning the from playing. Therefore Fred for Manchester United will miss the clash against Newcastle and the champions league action against Young Boys so we hope Van de Beek will finally get the opportunity to play.
Liverpool players Roberto Firminho, Fabinho will also miss the premier league action and the champions league first game. Leeds United have also been handed a blow after their star player Raphina also banned from playing for the next five days.
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