Laliga will support all Spanish clubs who are not willing to give up their players to South American teams for the next international parion. According to a statement issued by the employer that Javier Tebas presides, this measure is taken as a response to the "serious unilateral decision of FIFA to increase in two days, from 9 to 11 days both in September and in October, the FIFA International Period" For Conmebol.
In this way, any Spanish club that has players selected by Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile, Ecuador, Venezuela, Bolivia, Colombia or Peru will have Laliga's support not to lend them, as well as to perform "Legal Actions" against A The prolongation of FIFA dates "that affects the integrity of the Spanish competition as it does not allow the availability of players."
Affected clubs will be cited to a meeting in Laliga in the coming days to clarify the actions that can be carried out.
Laliga, although for different reasons, follow the wake of the Premier League, which is announced that its clubs will not provide international players who are cited by selections from high-risk-declared countries by Covid, since the dates that They lose them must add the ten days of quarantine that impose the rules of the British government upon return.Updated Date: 24 August 2021, 15:58