UEFA could end up deciding to play the Champions League and the Europa League as mini-tournaments, according to the Mirror.
Europe’s governing body is hopeful of matches being played behind closed doors in every country when the continental competitions restart in August.
However, quarantine restrictions, such as the one the UK government is expected to impose on those travelling into the country, could cause major problems.
Instead, UEFA are weighing up whether the Champions League knockout rounds could be hosted in Istanbul, in addition to the final itself.
The Europa League final is scheduled to be played in Gdansk, and Rangers and other teams could see their games being hosted at neutral venues in Poland.
At this stage, these are just proposals, but UEFA have set a deadline of May 25th to make a definitive decision on league fixtures so it’s likely more will be known about European games after that date too.