The Premier League's quarantining stars will not be able to celebrate goals with teammates or by jumping into the crowd and swap shirts under strict rules they will have to follow after international duty.
The guidelines are among the protocols in the code of conduct they agreed to follow in order to benefit from the relaxed isolation after visiting red list countries for World Cup qualifiers.
Also during their 10-day quarantine periods they...
- Have to arrive back in the UK via private jet
- Will have to travel alone or with a fully vaccinated driver with both wearing face coverings, but can join team flights, remaining two metres or more socially distanced from others
- Will also have to use private drivers for all journeys to and from airports, team hotels and stadiums
- Can stay in hotels with team-mates but not have meals with them
- Cannot take part in any media activity
- Have to do all strength and conditioning work alone, undergo daily lateral flow tests and PCR checks on days zero, four and eight
Liverpool are sending their Brazilian duo Alisson and Fabinho to Spain from international duty ahead of Tuesday's Champions League clash with Atletico Madrid, ruling them out of Saturday's trip to Watford.