Netherlands international call-ups risk wrath of Liverpool, Man Utd and Tottenham

Premier League golf equipment are on a collision course with FIFA over the upcoming international break with a quantity of groups set to ban gamers from travelling to characterize their nationwide sides.

English sides are involved about releasing their high stars to journey overseas as they are going to consequently face a 10-day quarantine after they return.

The Netherlands have included 5 Premier League gamers of their preliminary squad for his or her World Cup qualifiers in March with Liverpool ’s Georginio Wijnaldum, Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek and Tottenham ’s Steven Bergwijn all chosen.

Crystal Palace defender Patrick van Aanholt and Joel Veltman of Brighton are additionally half of Frank de Boer’s squad with the Dutch as a result of face Turkey, Latvia and Gibraltar.

With continued world considerations over coronavirus, The South American World Cup qualifiers scheduled for later this month have already been cancelled, with many believing different Confederations ought to observe go well with.

Georginio Wijnaldum in motion for Netherlands.

Premier League bosses have made the sentiments clear on the upcoming break with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp already hinting he would cease Wijnaldum and others linking up with their international locations.

“I think FIFA was kind of clear that we don’t have to let the players go this time, and I think all the clubs agree that with the same problems we cannot just let the boys go. It is just not possible,” he said.

“I understand the need of the different FAs but this is a time where we cannot make everyone happy and we have to admit the players are paid by the clubs, so that means we have to be first priority.”

Spurs boss Jose Mourinho agreed with his rival, insisting: “the clubs have the right to protect themselves, because Jurgen is right: the clubs pay the players.”

Meanwhile, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer also suggested he won’t be allowing his players to jet off around the world in the current climate.

“We have not sat down and made a proper call on that one but it doesn’t make sense if you lose your player for 10 days’ isolation because we are the ones paying the players,” he said.

“From what I understand, that [being allowed to ban players travelling] is the rule.

“FIFA have given the rule that they don’t have to be released, so it is going to be a hard call to make to let them play in red-list countries.”

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