Last Updated: June 20th 2020, 8:30 pm

UEFA considering completing the Champions League in August

Due to the coronavirus pandemic the football all around the world was suspended.

 

UEFA are said to be considering the prospect of the Champions League and for now the only reasonable decision seems to be 'mini tournaments'.

 

Despite all football is being suspended, the European football’s governing body is set to held three crucial meetings in the upcoming weeks to decide how to proceed.


 

UEFA are still committed on resuming the current campaign and are not considering halting the season.

 

Their main focus is how to resume the Champions League and the Europa League in a more safe environment.

 

According to Mirror, one of the ideas for resuming the tournaments is to hold a mini tournaments between the remaining clubs in August.


 

Potentially, the Champions League and the Europa League will be finished when the domestic leagues finalise their season.

 

Manchester City and Chelsea are the English clubs that participate in the Champions League, while Manchester United and Wolves provide English representation in the Europa League.

 

UEFA are due to hold a meeting with 55 associations early next week, where a decision on the remaining season must be taken.

 

UEFA, European Clubs Association and the European Leagues are also scheduled to meet for Wednesday and plans could be announced as early as Thursday.

 

As it was reported UEFA's main priority remains completing the domestic leagues and after a decision is made on that, then they will discuss the Champions League and the Europa League.