UEFA Champions League games are set to go on despite reports of possible call off and ban due to ESL, MySportDab reports.
Despite claims of the game being canceled, it has been confirmed that the game will be played as scheduled earlier next week.
Following reports of both Chelsea Vs Real Madrid being banned and kicked out of the UEFA Champions League due to their involvements in the European Super League.
The games will be played as planned just like the Paris Saint Germain Vs Manchester City which is the other semi-final game.
Three of the semi-finalist aside from PSG all are the founding clubs who were planning to create a new competition.
It caused so many issues with UEFA and FIFA threatening to sanction them with a ban if they went on to kick start the competition.
Despite many fake news in the last days, UCL semifinals Real Madrid-Chelsea and Manchester City-PSG will go ahead regularly.
UEFA won’t ban any club for this season. The matches have never been suspended. 🔴 #UCL
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) April 23, 2021
This has made fans and football pundits condemned the decision being taken to create this new tournament.
The six Premier League teams who had involvement in it were bashed while being called shameless and greedy by the fans.
Chelsea Vs Real Madrid has been confirmed to hold amid reports of the game being called off after.
Although Real Madrid President and the club are yet to give up on their idea of the competition with them being one of the minds behind the new tournament.
According to reports from Sport Journalist Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed that the match between Chelsea Vs Real Madrid will hold.
While the other game is also billed to take place despite reports of the games not going on.