Liverpool are among clubs set to capitalize, with Male United monitoring

Liverpool are amongst the sides planning to keep hold of their South American stars in the brewing club-v-country row ahead of next month’s global break.

FIFA have revealed that clubs will now be able to stop gamers from taking a trip to represent their national sides if it will need them to quarantine when they get back.

Countries in South America and Africa, as well as Portugal, are on the UK Federal government’s ‘red list’, which requires travellers to isolate in a hotel for 10 days upon their return.

Liverpool are to stop their stars from countries on the UK’s ‘red list’ from going on national task

Roberto Firmino, Alisson and Fabinho will all be stopped from taking a trip for Brazil’s video games

This would have implied the similarity Gabriel Jesus, Roberto Firmino and Bruno Fernandes missing Premier League matches. Nevertheless, FIFA’s decision now indicates that Brazil and Argentina are most likely to be without a few of their top skill for World Cup qualifiers.

The Mail on Sunday understands that Liverpool will use up the opportunity to keep their trio of Alisson, Fabinho and Firmino if they are contacted by Brazil next month in addition to Portugal’s Diogo Jota. It comes after this paper exposed that Brazil and Argentina were set to call all of their Premier League stars for next month’s internationals.

United are keeping track of the circumstance regarding FIFA’s guidelines when it comes Fernandes as Portugal host Azerbaijan prior to taking a trip to Serbia and Luxembourg.

If players do travel to South America to play, they would miss two rounds of Premier League action (April 3 and April 10) in addition to the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final on April 6-7 and they would likewise be doubts for the return on April 13-14.

Manchester United are weighing-up the scenario, which might see them lose Bruno Fernandes

Losing his Brazilian stars and Diogo Jota would be a catastrophe for Jurgen Klopp at this point

Manchester United face Tottenham, Manchester City go to Leicester and Liverpool face Arsenal across those 2 Premier League weekends. On the other hand, Liverpool could be required to play their Champions League round of 16 tie against Leipzig at Tottenham’s stadium.

Liverpool can not go into Germany after the UK was put on a prohibited list due the new pressure of the coronavirus with the two sides due to use February 16.

However, it is the host’s obligation to find a place and UEFA guidelines state that must the hosts be unable to help with a component they would be reprimanded with a 3-0 loss.

Germany’s Federal Cops rejected an application for Liverpool to be granted an unique license to enter the country. Klopp stated that he thought it would have been ‘absolutely suitable to make an exception’.