#UCLFinal Venue Changed From Istanbul To Wembley
The all English Champions League final is considered to be hosted at the prestigious Wembley Stadium instead of the initially scheduled Istanbul inTurkey. The match between Chelsea and Manchester City will now be played at Wembley due to the rising cases of Covid19 in Turkey
UEFA will hold talks with the UK government on Monday about moving the Champions League final from Istanbul to London.
Wembley will be the most likely venue for the final if the fixture between Chelsea and Manchester City is moved to England.
A decision is expected to be made by Tuesday on whether the match will take place at the Ataturk Stadium in Istanbul as originally planned or at a different location.
Restrictions on foreign travel are set to be relaxed on May 17, but Turkey was added to the UK government's list of 'red' countries this week.
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