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Inter and Juventus break the rules of their players and told players to leave Italy

Inter Milan have taken a tough decision to break the barrier of their players and have told non-national players that they have permission to leave Italy.

The first Italian player to take advantage of this holiday season was Croatia’s Marcelo Brozovic, who arrived in the city of Zagreb, where a quake struck 250 people.

Goalkeeper Samir Handanovic is back in Slovenia, while Diego Godin and Matis Vecino are expected to travel to Ugandan.

Inter Milan made the decision when it seemed unlikely that they would return to training in the near future and Italy would be isolated for an unknown period due to Coronavirus infection, which has killed more than 50,000 people in that country. and lay down.

Juventus, meanwhile, will break the quarantine on Wednesday, but will require their players to discriminate against themselves and leave their home after the Coronavirus’s three-month deadline has passed.

Goolhayaha Atlanta ee Marco Sportiello ayaa isagana toddobaadkan horraantiisii laga helay caabuqa Coronavirus, waxaanu ku jiraa xaalad soo kabasho ah.

Inkasta oo ay xaaladdu sidan tahay, haddana kooxaha Napoli iyo Lazio ayaa doonaya inay sameeyaan tababarka oo ay si degdeg ah ugu soo laabtaan, inkasta oo aanay jirin ogolaansho dhinaca dawladda ah oo u fasaxaya inay ciyaartoydu meel iskugu iman karaan.

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