CHAMPIONS LEAGUE and Europa League has been temporarily suspended, throwing more chaos into the mix.
The football calendar has already been hit hard, with top divisions in Spain, Italy, Germany and France postponing their campaigns.
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Manchester City will have to wait to see if they can knock Real Madrid out of the Champions LeagueCredit: Reuters
This is amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, as the world’s sporting organisations look to help prevent further spread of the killer bug.
When will the Champions League and Europa League return?
For the time being, next week’s round of 16 matches in the two competitions have been postponed, falling in line with the rest of Europe.
Uefa have also put the quarter-final draws on hold, which would have taken place on Friday, March 20.
The European football governing body have yet to reveal their plans to return as the whole sporting world wait to see how much longer the coronavirus pandemic will go on for.
The quarter finals for the Champions League and Europa League are scheduled to get underway from Tuesday, April 7.
But this is expected to be changed with leagues including LaLiga, Serie A and Bundesliga only returning to domestic action the weekend before.
What matches were supposed to be played?
Tuesday, March 17
Manchester City vs Real Madrid
Juventus vs Lyon
Wednesday, March 18
Barcelona vs Napoli
Bayern Munich vs Chelsea
Thursday, March 19
Wolves vs Olympiacos
Bayer Leverkusen vs Rangers
Shakhtar Donetsk vs Wolfsburg
Getafe vs Inter Milan
Basel vs Eintracht Frankfurt
Manchester United vs LASK
Roma vs Sevilla
Copenhagen vs Istabul Basaksehir
Source: Soccer - thesun.co.uk