Football: UEFA finally makes their decision about banning Real Madrid from UCL semi-final.
Due to Real Madrid’s persistence to remain in the European super league, rumours have been flying around that the top Spanish club would be banned from playing their semi-final game with Chelsea.
Sources have confirmed that the game between Real Madrid and Chelsea will hold as proposed by UEFA and no team will be banned from the current competition.
Sanctions might later befall Real Madrid but they wont be scrapped out of UCL semi-final. Zinedane Zidane’s team has a lot of injury situations,players like Sergio Ramos, Ferland Mendy and Federicio Valverde are all injured and are doubts to play against Chelsea.
In Chelsea’s side, Mateo Kovacic seems to be the only injured player ,this will give Thomas Tuchel the chance to make any rotation of his choice due to many available players. The first leg of this game will be played on 27th April 2021 in a Spanish stadium after which the second leg is played at Stamford bridge.
Uefa believes that scrapping out Real Madrid from the UCL will affect the fans, so they will direct the sanctions to the CEOs of the team to avoid hurting the fans.