Under certain conditions, UEFA is reportedly willing to allow Wembley to host the Champions League final this season.
Manchester City and Chelsea are scheduled to meet in Istanbul on May 29, but Turkey has been placed on the UK Government’s’red list’ due to an increase in coronavirus cases.
As a result, a neutral venue in the UK has been suggested for the all-English final,
and according to The Sun, UEFA is willing to let Wembley host the match.
The Emirates, Villa Park, St James’ Park, and the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium have all been ruled out as possible venues, according to the report,
and Wembley could host 22,500 fans for the game later this month.
However, in order for Wembley to host the European showdown,
the Championship playoff final would have to be rescheduled,
and UEFA is said to want assurances that broadcasters and sponsors will not face quarantine issues in the English capital.
Man City advanced to the final after defeating Paris Saint-Germain 4-1 on aggregate,
while Chelsea eliminated Real Madrid 3-1 over two legs.