UEFA could decide to ban the Super League clubs from this season's European competitions on Friday, Sky Sport Italia reports.
A UEFA Executive Committee will take place on Friday. The European football governing body could exclude the Champions League and the Europa League those clubs who joined the Super League.
Chelsea, Real Madrid and Manchester City have gained access to the Champions League semifinals and PSG, who have declined to join the Super League.
Therefore, the Ligue 1 giants could be crowned European champions if UEFA decides to ban the other three clubs from participating.
Arsenal and Manchester United have qualified for the Europa League semifinals with the Red Devils that will face Roma.
However, the Premier League giants could also be banned from the competition, meaning Roma could face Villareal in the Europa League final.
A decision will be taken during the UEFA Executive Committee on Friday.
UEFA executive committee member and head of Danish FA Jesper Moller confirmed "the clubs must go, and I expect that to happen on Friday."
The UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin said he has “never seen a person lie as much” as Juventus patron Andrea Agnelli and confirmed players who participate in the Super League will be banned from international competitions.