Football stars Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo could face being restricted from entering the United Kingdom if British Prime priest Boris Johnson keeps to his guarantee of leaving the European Union by October 31 without an arrangement.
Leaving the EU without an arrangement, otherwise called 'hard brexit', will guarantee the UK has exacting principles forbidding individuals with criminal conviction from going to the UK.
On the off chance that a Hard Brexit happens, Ronaldo and Messi may need to legal advisor up before they can enter the UK since they have been sentenced for assessment wrongdoings previously.
Boris Johnson right presently is battling to agree with his EU partners over Britain's inescapable takeoff from the EU however the new guidelines in the event that a hard brexit happens will deny any individual who has been sentenced for duty misrepresentation, a visa.
A Hard Brexit will likewise influence numerous UEFA Champions League groups, as a great deal of players with criminal history will be denied visas. As it stands now Marcelo, Diego Costa and a lot more could be denied visas for tax avoidance violations.
Andrew Osborne, a legal advisor with the firm Lewis Silkin, disclosed to Spanish Sports paper AS: "On the off chance that you are an EU native and you have been indicted for an offense or have had a jail sentence forced [including suspended sentences] you will be denied section to the United Kingdom."