The Italian Premier: “I intend to make sure that the final is not held in a country where infections are growing rapidly”
Mario Draghi does not want the final of Euro 2020 you play Wembley and dreams of taking it to Roma. The Premier from Berlin, alongside Chancellor Angela Merkel, came out in the open: “I intend to do my best so that the final does not take place in a country where infections are growing rapidly”. Difficult mission for the Prime Minister given that Uefa is close to an agreement with the British government to allow entry to 60 thousand fans.
Uefa’s response was immediate and it went on its way and has no intention of moving the final venue from London: “Uefa, the English federation and the English authorities are working closely together successfully to organize the semifinals and the Euro final at Wembley and there are no plans to change the venue for those matches, “the words in an official note.
No comment, however, from Downing Street even if, from what ANSA learns from well-informed sources, the British government intends to make it known that it is “fully committed”, in close contact with UEFA, to ensuring that the semi-finals and the final can be held at Wembley as planned “in safe” health conditions for all.
La Raggi, on the other hand, supports Draghi: “Move the final of the European Championships to Rome? We are ready. After the successful opening of Uefa 2020, Rome and Italy have shown that they know how to organize major international events”, wrote the first citizen of Italy on Twitter. Capital.
LA MERKEL: “GOSENS IS A GREAT PLAYER”
Merkel then congratulated the results of Mancini’s team: “We have different positions, Italy plays well but we are cheering for our team”. Then a joke about Gosens: “However we both think that the German Gosens of Atalanta is an excellent player”.