Liverpool are considering sending Alisson and Fabinho to Spain after Brazil’s World Cup qualifier against Uruguay to avoid the pair facing quarantine issues in Britain.
- Liverpool are back in action against Watford 35 hours after Brazil plays Uruguay
- Both Fabinho and Alisson are currently on international duty with Brazil
- Liverpool are considering sending the pair from international duty to Spain
- This will prevent the Brazilian pair from being quarantined back in the UK
liverpool Brazil is considering sending Alisson and Fabinho from international duty to Spain to avoid the couple facing quarantine issues in Britain.
While there are plans to bring the Brazilian pair back to England via private jet later this week, Fabinho revealed and Alison Not likely to play due to tight turnaround.
Liverpool considering sending Alisson and Fabinho to Spain from international duty
Such a move would prevent the Brazilian pair from being quarantined in the UK
This has led to Liverpool allowing their goalkeeper and midfielder to travel to Spain ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League match at Atletico Madrid.
If they return to England this weekend, both players will have to undergo 10 days in bespoke quarantine – allowing fully vaccinated players to train and play while in isolation – as in Brazil and Colombia Played, which remains in the UK Red List on 10 October. But they will not be required to quarantine when they return on or after October 21.
Leeds, Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City, Aston Villa and Tottenham also have players in the latest Brazil squad but kick-offs later this weekend.
With Leeds facing Southampton at 3pm and Chelsea at Brentford at 5.30pm on Saturday, Rafinha and Thiago Silva could fly back together before their clubs’ games.
Jurgen Klopp’s team resumed their Premier League campaign at Watford at 12.30pm on Saturday – just 36 hours after Brazil’s World Cup qualifier against Uruguay on Friday morning.