The 2019/2020 UEFA Champions League final might happen after all. Just like the German Bundesliga have been confirmed to restart by 15th of May 2020, the Turkish league is set to resume by June 12, 2020.

With Istanbul already confirmed as the host of the Champions League final before the corona virus pandemic, the Turkey football Federation has made it known they want to host the Champions League in August.

Two months ago European soccer’s governing body UEFA had indefinitely postponed the Champions League showpiece, which had been scheduled to be played in Istanbul on May 30.

Widespread reports vis a vis leaked document already shown the return date, format and timing of the prestigious UEFA Champions League.

Turkish Football Federation (TFF) chairman Nihat Ozdemir said Europe’s elite club final was being planned for the end of August, but that details on the format and timing would be finalised after talks with health officials and UEFA.

“God willing, we will complete our own leagues at the end of July. We will hand over our cups on the pitch and then we will cap the season off by hosting the UEFA Champions League final in August,” Ozdemir told a televised news conference.

He said Turkish soccer leagues, including the top tier Super Lig, would resume from June 12 without spectators and finish on July 26.