Atletico Madrid might apparently think about the future of Kieran Trippier as a result of Brexit, which will see him end up being an non-EU player at the start of 2021.
Atletico Madrid might apparently be pushed into making a decision on Kieran Trippier‘s future at the club due to a knock-effect triggered by Brexit.
The UK is anticipated to finish its departure from the European Union single market and customizeds union at the start of 2021, at which point Trippier’s status would alter to being a non-EU player.
There is currently no handle location to ensure the England international’s working rights in Spain, and Mundo Deportivo reports that his Atletico future might come under hazard as a result.
La Liga rules determine that a club can not have more than 3 non-EU players in a matchday squad, and Atletico currently have Renan Lodi, Santiago Arias and Felipe Monteiro using up areas.
Nevertheless, Trippier has actually led Arias in the right-back pecking order for Diego Simeone this season, while there are likewise prepares in location to see whether Felipe can get a Portuguese passport, having actually invested 3 years with Porto.
Trippier’s contract at the Wanda Metropolitano does not end up until 2022, having actually signed a three-year offer when he joined from Tottenham Hotspur last summer.