Clubs risk paying high deferral of Euro 2020

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If UEFA is to endorse the postponement of Euro 2020, the European confederation could ask the clubs to put their hands in their pockets to compensate for the financial losses. UEFA has been holding an extraordinary meeting since this morning to which the federations, leagues and club representatives are invited – via telephone […]

If UEFA is to endorse the postponement of Euro 2020, the European confederation could ask the clubs to put their hands in their pockets to compensate for the financial losses. UEFA has been holding an extraordinary meeting since this morning to which the federations, leagues and representatives of the clubs as well as of Fifpro, the players’ union, are invited – by telephone. The purpose of this meeting? Sketch out a schedule to allow the various competitions to come to an end once the coronavirus pandemic has been brought under control. While discussions should rage to allow the various domestic competitions as well as the European Cups to know their outcome, the postponement of Euro 2020 seems to have already taken place. UEFA should in fact endorse its postponement to the summer of 2021, despite the many repercussions that this implies. From a financial point of view, this deferral is estimated between 200 and 300 million euros depending The team. But to believe The Athletic, the loss could be much greater. UEFA also intends to request financial aid from leagues and clubs to help it cope with this shortfall. In total, it is nearly 300 million euros that the European body would expect to request, observing that the leagues and clubs are the main beneficiaries of the carryover of the euro since it must allow domestic competitions to end.

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