Manchester City have quickly moved to provide an update to its fans regarding travel to the UEFA Champions League final.
City were victorious over Paris Saint-Germain in the semi-final on Tuesday evening and will now be heading to the Champions League final for the first time in the clubs history.
After a season behind closed doors, fans will be looking to support their club in what will be one of, if not the biggest game that the club has ever played in.
Whether fans are able to attend or not will be down to the rules put in place by the UK government, with the roadmap out of COVID-19 restrictions initially setting out some international travel from May 17. UEFA will also be involved in deciding the total ticket allocation, as well as the Turkish authorities.
A City statement read: "In preparation for the UEFA Champions League Final in Istanbul on Saturday 29th May, the Club will now enter discussions with UEFA and other stakeholders regarding ticketing and travel arrangements.
"Whilst details relating to international leisure travel have not been confirmed by the UK Government at this time, we expect that guidance will be published in Step 3 of the roadmap, which is due to come into effect on 17 th May.
"We will provide further information to supporters as soon as we are able to do so."
Author: Jake Wilkin