Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has urged the UK government to find a solution to prevent club-nation disputes over coronavirus quarantine rules.
Premier League clubs declined to release players earlier this month in international World Cup qualifiers in government red-listed countries due to their 10-day quarantine. Losing the game at the club level
Previously, there was a problem of the elite league players that the club did not allow them to travel to serve the Brazilian national team. Until the call for a ban, FIFA president Gianni Infantino and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson discussed the possibility of waiving the quarantine, with Klopp hoping to find out. good solution
Jurgen Klopp has urged the government to find a solution quarantine rules.
“Of course there is a solution because we can’t just let it go and say it’s not a problem, yes it’s a problem,” Klopp said.
“I’m pretty sure those involved are working on this. I know they are working but no decision has been made. At least as far as I’m concerned.”
“We have a problem when the Brazilians travel to the next national team. We have to play 6:30pm on Saturday (local time) against Watford (16 October). The Brazilian game is played on Friday night (15 October). So of course no one thinks about that.
“I know it’s a Liverpool problem, not anyone’s problem and it’s good for Watford. But I don’t know how you can do these things without anyone answering twice on schedule. We have two problems. One is the race schedule. it’s always a problem TV and other people in the Premier League said, ‘Okay, that’s it. they have to play Let’s see how they handle it.'”
“Another problem It’s not good for the players and the club too. I hope the government has some solutions.”