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Man Utd, Chelsea and Liverpool join forces in effort to ensure stars can play this weekend

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Premier League rivals Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City have joined forces in an attempt to get their South American players back in time to feature in this weekend's fixtures.

Nine international stars from Brazil and Uruguay will take off immediately after their World Cup qualifier in Manaus, with a private jet having been chartered by the affected clubs.

Four of the clubs who have seen their preparations ahead of the Premier League resumption negatively impacted will at least benefit from confirmation that their South American stars no longer have to quarantine when they return to England, following changes to the UK red list.

'Although all the title-contending clubs are affected to some extent, the integrity of the matchday has been undermined due to avoidable, external circumstances.

More: Manchester United FC 'Even accounting for the disruption caused by the pandemic, they should have been able to reschedule three games in two weeks without it impeding their clubs.

MORE : Jack Wilshere offers update on his next move after linking up with old club Arsenal.

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