Football is slowly starting to return after a long layoff due to the coronavirus. The Bundesliga is targeting a May 15 return after receiving government approval. Also, in Spain, La Liga clubs are returning to their training grounds.
Now, when it comes to the UEFA Champions League, there’s plenty of speculation of when the European competition will return. With the federation moving the UEFA European Championship to next year, it opened up the summer months for the tournament to resume.
Paris Saint-Germain is currently in the quarter-finals of the competition, and according to RMC Sport, the capital club will likely resume their run to their first Champions League trophy in August between the 10th and the 12th.
There’s no additional information from the article as it pertains to where the matches could take place, whether behind closed doors or in a remote area. If the dates are accurate, it means that PSG will have to go five months in between competitive matches with their last game coming on March 11 against Borussia Dortmund.
With Ligue 1 shut down and other countries resuming their domestic seasons, it will be interesting to see how UEFA decides where to play out the remaining matches. Whatever is decided, PSG will be ready to play wherever and whenever.
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