Chelsea, Manchester City, Real Madrid To Be Expelled From Champions League Semi-Finals This Week Due To…

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Chelsea, Manchester City, Real Madrid To Be Expelled From Champions League Semi-Finals This Week Due To…

Chelsea, Manchester City and Real Madrid are expected to be expelled from the Champions League semi-finals this week due to their involvement in the new, Europe-wide Super League.

This will take place by Friday, 23 April, according to Jesper Moller, the Danish FA chairman and a UEFA ExCo member.

Moller told DR Sport that the clubs involved in breakaway group who remain in this season’s Champions League are set to be removed from the competition.

“[Real Madrid, Manchester City and Chelsea] are going out and I expect that to happen on Friday,” he said. “And then you have to see how to finish the Champions League.”

If that happened then Paris Saint-Germain would be the only club remaining in the competition, as they are due to play Manchester City in the semi-final stage, with Chelsea and Real Madrid supposedly facing off in the other tie.

UEFA are furious with the 12 clubs which have announced a breakaway Super League and promised to impose sanctions upon them.

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