Olympique Lyonnais President Jean-Michel Aulas has revealed that they’re not sure where the match against Juventus will be played.
After the 1-0 win at the Groupama Stadium the return leg against the Bianconeri is scheduled in Turin on March 17, but the patron of the Ligue 1 side has revealed that it’s still uncertainties regarding the fixture.
“We are in total uncertainty, today the match will go as planned,” he told BFM Business. “At the moment it will be played in Turin behind closed doors.
“But I know there has also been proposed to play the match in Malta behind closed doors. The situation is always changing, UEFA follows the decree of the various governments.”
Tuttomercatoweb has revealed that the FA in Malta have already rejected the proposed offer of hosting the big clash in their country.