The Times – Uefa threat over Euros final
Summary of Today's Paper
Uefa threat over Euros final
The Times looks even further ahead to the Euros final which is due to be held at Wembley. The paper says there are discussions within government about whether to exempt Uefa and Fifa officials – as well as sponsors and broadcasters – from having to quarantine under the UK’s travel rules when they arrive for the final. There are fears that if the rules are not relaxed, the semi-finals and final will be moved to Hungary. But such a move could cause controversy at a time when millions of Britons face quarantine for holidays abroad, the paper adds.
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