Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp has come out to urge football authorities to find a solution to Brazilian Premier League players and potential quarantine regulations after international duty.
He recently revealed that he remains hopeful that the current talks would lead to a resolution.
According to him, there has to be a solution as soon as possible because the football world cannot continue to ignore the obvious problem.
Klopp added that Liverpool was always going to be very affected because there are several Brazilians at the club.
His words, “There must be a solution because we cannot just leave it like it is and say it’s not a problem.”
“Yes, it is a problem. I’m pretty sure the decisive people are working on that. In fact I know they are, but there is nothing decided yet as far as I’m concerned.”
On the next international break, “I expect them to go,”
“Obviously nobody thought about that [the scheduling] yet and it’s a Liverpool problem, not a problem for anybody else.”
“Good for Watford and all these kind of things, but I just don’t know how you can do these things and nobody reacts on the schedule.”
“The schedule is always a problem but it’s like the TV guys and the Premier League just say, ‘Ok, that’s how it is, they have to play.”
“Let’s have a look at how we can sort that. It’s another thing that’s not good for the players and not good for the clubs as well. I hope on top of that the government comes up with a solution.”
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