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Premier League rivals unite to fly their South American stars home from international break

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Premier League sides have chartered a private jet to ensure that their South American players are back for the weekend.

Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United are understood to be involved in clubbing together for an aircraft costing six figures to carry international players.

Chelsea's Thiago Silva and Douglas Luiz of Aston Villa are also travelling home and the possibility of arranging two flights, splitting the group up based on where their clubs will be playing on Saturday, has been discussed.

Clubs face big decisions over whether any of their outfield South American cohort are deemed fit enough to take part in the Premier League's next round of fixtures.

Four of the affected clubs have been boosted by confirmation their South American stars no longer have to quarantine when they return to England following changes to the UK red list.

Following an exemption agreed before the international break, players who visited red list countries were due to spend 10 days in bespoke quarantine once they arrived back in England providing they are fully vaccinated.

Having played their first qualifier in Colombia, Brazil's nine Premier League players returning this weekend will also have to quarantine despite their country also coming off the list.

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