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The European season will end in August according to European body soccer president Aleksander Ceferin. He said UEFA plans to end the 2019/20 season, as well as the Champions League and Europa League.
Most European leagues were canceled due to the coronavirus, where the Premier League had a strong impact in terms of finances. Some leagues have already returned, while others will return in the coming weeks. However, the French football authorities, together with the Dutch league, canceled the league, but the German Bundesliga was resumed on Saturday. Ceferin said he expects 80% of the league to end.
Speaking to Bein Sport, Ceferin said: “We have an idea, but we have to wait for the UEFA executive committee to confirm the dates. I can say that the European season will be over, if everything is as it is now, in August ”. He continued, most leagues will end the season. However, he said for those who will not have to play qualifiers to compete in European competitions, such as the Champions and the Europa League. He said: “I think most leagues will end the season. Who does not want, the decision is theirs. But they will still have to play qualifiers if they want to participate in UEFA's European competition. "
Ceferin said the discussion also took place in relation to Euro 2020 (which will now take place in 2021). He said UEFA spoke to nine cities. He said that "three cities have some problems". However, he stressed that the goal is to do so in the 12 cities. But if not 10 cities, 9 cities or 8 cities. "In principle, we will do this in 12 cities, but if not, we are ready to do so in 10, nine or eight," he said.