Sky: Inter players allowed to travel

The latest coronavirus case doesn’t stop Inter from resuming training and the players can travel for international duty, according to Sky Sport Italia.

The broadcaster reveals the positive case of a member of the team group is not of the technical staff and since all the players have tested negative, they will be given the go ahead to travel for the upcoming international games.

The latest coronavirus case doesn’t stop Inter from resuming training and the players can travel for international duty, according to Sky Sport Italia.

The broadcaster reveals the positive case of a member of the team group is not of the technical staff and since all the players have tested negative, they will be given the go ahead to travel for the upcoming international games.

The respective countries have requested for their players to continue the isolation in their home countries, in line with the international legislation that allows foreigners to conduct fiduciary isolation in the country of origin, but only if the same security regime will be observed.

The players must travel with private planes, train at the sports centre of their national team and return to their residence.

Thus, in theory, the players would not be able to travel to a third country, nor play matches until March 31.

Sky Sport Italia highlights that the national teams have made the requests with the aim of being able to employ the players by leveraging the UEFA protocol.

The situation of the Italy internationals at Inter, who are currently at Appiano, will also be evaluated.

Croatia, Slovakia, Denmark and Belgium have requested authoristation to let Marcelo Brozovic, Ivan Perisic, Milan Skriniar, Christian Eriksen and Romelu Lukaku leave.

Today, Morocco also requested the same for Achraf Hakimi and Romania wants to have Ionut Radu available.

The report reveals the rest of the team met at Appiano Gentilo for training today.

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