Chelsea Gets A Huge Boost Ahead Of Their Champions League Clash After UEFA Issues New Directive
By YrnMaGic | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 8780 views
Chelsea is regaining confidence and form at the right time with a trip away to Atletico Madrid three weeks away.
The Blues will have to travel to the Spanish capital and face in form Diego Simeone's men.
However, the trip might be a doubt due to restrictions by the Spanish government hindering flights from United Kigndom after a new train of COVID-19 was reported.
The Governing body of the city competition has communicated to Chelsea in advance about the proposed changes.
"Chelsea has just been informed by UEFA that Atlético Madrid will need to find a neutral venue for the last-16 UEFA Champions League tie, scheduled for February 23, if the Spanish Government doesn't authorise entry from the UK, per Covid-19 regulations." Pipe SierraR.
Atletico Madrid has been directed to find a neutral venue for the Round of 16 showdown which is a huge win for the Blues as the Spanish side won't have the advantage of playing home .
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