UEFA are reportedly open to moving the Champions League final to Wembley amid continuing calls for the showpiece to be taken away from Istanbul.
Manchester City and Chelsea are set to lock horns in an all English final.
A report by SunSport claims that UEFA are ready to take the Chelsea vs Manchester City Champions League final to Wembley in England but only on certain conditions.
For that to happen, the UK government would have to give a set of guarantees to UEFA. Boris Johnson made a personal plea to UEFA president, Aleksandr Ceferin, when Turkey was added to the Government’s red list.
Istanbul is, of course, the location of the Champions League final between City and Chelsea and UEFA understands that asking fans to travel to Turkey amid their recent wave of Covid-19 is not totally sensible.
However, grounds of Tottenham, Newcastle, Arsenal and Aston Villa have been ruled out by UEFA and Euro bosses eye Wembley, with a temporary capacity of 22,500, as the perfect location for rescheduling the final