That the supporters of Real Madrid be reassured. Even if UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin has left a little doubt about whether the Champions League semi-final between Merengue and Chelsea will be maintained, this double confrontation will play out well as expected.
According to information from Cadena COPE radio, the European body, although angry with the Madrid club deemed responsible for the Super League project, nevertheless believes that the White House has sportingly deserved to play this semi-final. This decision should even be confirmed this Friday, on the sidelines of a meeting of the UEFA executive committee for the next Euro.
Real will thus escape sanctions for this season at least and therefore welcome Chelsea on Tuesday, before going to Stamford Bridge on Wednesday 5 May.