Five Sweden players will not feature in the upcoming UEFA Nations League clash against Denmark due to quarantine rules.
The five, among them Manchester United's Victor Lindelof, will however be allowed to join the rest of the team as they prepare for matches against Croatia and France.
A statement from the Swedish FA read:
“Sweden’s five national team players from England and Scotland will not be available in the international training match against Denmark due to quarantine rules. Instead, the players will join the national team gathering in Stockholm after the match against Denmark.”
🤚 Karantänsregler sätter stopp för fem spelare mot Danmark— Svensk Fotboll (@svenskfotboll) November 8, 2020
Spelarna som berörs:
Victor Nilsson Lindelöf 📸
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The other four players are Robin Olsen, Emil Krafth, Filip Helander, and Ken Sema.