The draw for the Champions League quarterfinals took place last Friday. As a result, reigning champion Chelsea will face Real Madrid. Chelsea is facing a controversy outside the field after the UK government and European Union sanctioned its owner, Roman Abramovich.
Genuine Madrid executed a shocking comeback to beat Paris Saint-Germain. As a result, they qualify for the quarterfinals. In addition, they have an insight into ruling Europe’s most prestigious club contest.
Questions stay over the eventual fate of Chelsea with the team due to being sold soon. Moreover, it faces limitations that could make the tie considerably more troublesome up to that point.
Reigning Champion Chelsea Will Face Real Madrid
Current assents keep it from selling new tickets for upcoming matches until another proprietor comes in, and their financial plan for venturing out to away games has additionally been covered.
European football’s overseeing body UEFA told PPH sportsbook sources it worked with Chelsea on all viewpoints connecting with the upcoming match.
The upcoming matchup will have many talking points. First, it will be Eden Hazard’s return to Stamford Bridge. Also, he will return with former manager Carlo Ancelotti. However, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel said that his team knows what’s coming. They are ready for the brutal and exciting fixture.
Tuchel hopes fans can attend the games according to pay per head sources. He is hopeful that the team can find a solution.
The other quarterfinals matchups include Manchester City vs. Atlético Madrid, Benfica vs. Liverpool, and Villarreal vs. Bayern Munich.
According to sportsbook pay per head experts, the first leg of the quarterfinals will be played on April 5 and 6, with the second leg booked for the week later.
The victor of the Chelsea vs. Real Madrid fixture will confront either Manchester City or Atletico in the semis. On the other hand, Liverpool or Benfica will face the Bayern Munich vs. Villareal fixture winner.