English Premier League side, Leicester City have disclosed the conditions that were met before allowing defender Daniel Amartey to leave for international duty.
The FA Cup winners allowed Amartey to join the Black Stars only for the game between Ghana and Ethiopia in Cape Coast.
The Foxes like the rest of the 19 Premier League clubs have prevented players from travelling to red list COVID-19 country.
This means South Africa, which is a red zone on the FA’s list, is a no travel place for players in the English.
Should Amartey travel to South Africa, he will be required to quarantine for ten days, and he misses three games including an Europa League match.
Daniel Amartey is enjoying his best to a season in England, after playing in all three games of Leicester in the campaign.
Brendan Rogers will need the Ghanaian for the matches against City, Napoli and Brighton and Hove Albion.