The mayor of Madrid says there are discussions for the Spanish capital to host the Champions League final this season amid the coronavirus pandemic.
José Luis Martínez-Almeida says the city would be prepared to host the final for the second straight year. He did not elaborate on the negotiations in his interview with 13tv.
A UEFA executive committee meeting on June 17 is expected to decide the new location for the final in August. It was originally scheduled to be played in Istanbul in May.
The country hosting the final is also expected to stage the quarterfinals and semifinals.
German city Frankfurt and Portuguese capital Lisbon are also likely contenders to host the final.
Spain was hard-hit by the pandemic but has been gradually lifting confinement restrictions.
Madrid hosted last year’s final when Liverpool beat Tottenham.