UEFA are considering a shorter postponement of Euro 2020 to December rather than next summer, according to The Telegraph newspaper.
A summit on Tuesday will be the opportunity for 55 member states, representatives of Players’ Associations and others to have their say on how to deal with the on-going Coronavirus crisis.
It’s practically impossible for domestic leagues to conclude in time for the tournament to kick off as planned on June 12 in Rome.
The most logical step would be to postpone Euro 2020 for a year, making it essentially Euro 2021, played next summer.
However, the Telegraph notes another plan on the table would be postponing it until December.
It would also be a way of preparing nations for the planned 2022 World Cup in Qatar, which is planned for November and December that year.
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