UEFA president, Aleksander Ceferin who revealed this noted that there is a “small possibility” that the Champions League semi-final first leg between Real Madrid and Chelsea next week, may not go ahead as punishment for their role and involvement in the European Super League.
Real and Chelsea were both part of the 12 big clubs, who announced their intention to form a breakaway competition on Sunday night. It has now collapsed following protests from fans, players, managers and pundits. Three of those teams – Chelsea, Manchester City and Real Madrid – are still in the Champions League, while Arsenal and Manchester United are to play in the Europa League semi-finals
Ceferin has admitted there is a chance the Champions League semi-finals will not go ahead, but warned broadcasting deals make it unlikely.
Speaking with Slovenian TV channel 24UR, Ceferin said; “The key is that this season has already started, so broadcasters would come at us for damages if we don’t play the semi-finals,”