Cologne – There is a new movement in the problem of posting football professionals ahead of the upcoming World Cup qualifier.
With Great Britain and Northern Ireland and Ireland removed from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) list for virus-prone areas, many players from German clubs can now compete for their national teams in matches in previous risk zones.
Lewandowski and Piatek can play against England
Until the new RKI assessment was announced, many clubs had prohibited their players from traveling to the United Kingdom and to the game on the Irish island due to a related quarantine obligation on their return to Germany.
Polish world footballer Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich now has the opportunity to take part in the game in England, as did his compatriot Krzysztof Piatek of Hertha BSC.
Austrian Bundesliga quartet expects action
Lewandowski’s club colleague David Alaba could play with Austria in Scotland, for which his national team colleague SAS Kaljadic had already received permission from VFB Stuttgart on Saturday.
Borussia Mönchengladbach’s pair Stefan Lennar and Valentino Lazaro can also be considered for the Alpine Republic. Norway is also now considering that Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Holland will be allowed to play for the Scandinavian players in the game of Gibraltar. Bundesliga professionals are already an option for the Czech Republic in the game in Wales.
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