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Chelsea set to qualify for the UEFA Champions League Final as Real Madrid face potential ban.

Chelsea and Real Madrid are set to battle out for a place in this season UEFA Champions League Final, with either Paris Saint German or Manchester City, as the first leg of the Semi-final match is set to hold at Estadio Alfredo De Stefano Arena on Tuesday, 27th April, 2021. 

With the recent news on the Proposed European Super League plans circulating all over social media, the match is now in Jeopardy. Chelsea together with their fellow English Counterpart have all pulled out of the Competition.

Real Madrid President Florentino Perez insist that, Madrid remains firm to their quest on betraying UEFA Champions League by playing in the Proposed European Super League next season. 

Out of the 12 founding members proposed, so far only Barcelona and Real Madrid remain committed to the break away competition.

UEFA President has taken his time to speak, he revealed that there is just a relatively small possibility that Real Madrid will play the Semi-final clash with Chelsea, which is due to hold next week Tuesday. 

Report has it that, UEFA are planning on throwing Santiago Bernabeu outfit out of the Competition this season, as Los Blancos refuse to walk away from the proposed European Super League plans.

At the moment, there are no official announcement on this but talks are ongoing. Stay tuned to Opera news for more updates. 

Is this a good news to Chelsea, having another golden opportunity to play in the UEFA Champions League Final, for the third time in the whole history of the club.

They lost the 2008 final in Moscow to Manchester United before, defeating Bayern Munich at Allianz Arena Stadium in 2012 to win their first ever Champions League trophy. What do you think?

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