Isn’t everything going to be different than expected on Friday? The Robert Koch Institute has removed Great Britain and Ireland from the list of high-risk areas. Therefore, many players from the Bundesliga can be expected to play with their national teams. Including Robert Lewandowski from FC Bayern.
Under the previous law, players who had to travel to games in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland or Ireland were required to be on guard in Germany for 14 days. With the removal of countries from the RKI list, this is no longer necessary. Lewandowski was able to play against Poland in London against England. In the same game, BBB professional Jude Bellingham, who was nominated for the English national team, may also appear. This also applies to the Austrian national players David Alaba and Sasa Kalajjic from VFB Stuttgart, who are competing in Scotland.
Bayern coach Hansie Flick suggested on Friday that his professionals go to the island. “David will not be there for the first game as the situation will not be effective and he will have to be quarantined later.“, Flick said about Alabama. After that the defensive player should be allowed to go to the national team in Vienna. After starting in Glasgow, Austria will welcome the Faroe Islands and Denmark.