Liverpool’s Champions League first leg against RB Leipzig will NOT happen in Germany due to German government’s coronavirus restrictions

Liverpool’s Champions League clash against RB Leipzig later this month will NOT take place in Germany.
The Premier League side were due to play the first leg of their last-16 clash at Leipzig’s Red Bull Arena on February 16.
The first leg will not happen at the Red Bull Arena or anywhere in Germany
However, that’s been put out of the question with Sky Sports reporting the German government will not make any exceptions on their ban on allowing people into the country from nations affected by coronavirus, which came into force last Saturday.
UEFA are now in discussions with the DFB (German FA) and German government about a solution.
It’s understood the venue of the first leg could be switched to Anfield, or be played at a neutral venue.
Meanwhile, the tie could be reduced to a one game, however, nothing has been confirmed other than the fact the first leg will not take place in Germany.
More follows…

Upload your Song

.
About admin 22127 Articles
A Passionate blogger, SEO Master, tech GURU