Apart from the leagues, both the Champions League and the Europa League are also at risk of canceling the results this season.
More and more English teams stand up to demand the cancellation of the results of the 2019/20 season. That means the Premier League campaign could end right from the 29th round without champions, no Champions League, Europa League and no relegation teams.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin acknowledged the possibility of canceling the Champions League and the Europa League
Similarly, in Italy, many teams fear their players may be in danger of their lives. Therefore, the possibility of Serie A being canceled is even higher than the Premier League. The same is true for La Liga, the second highest number of cases in Spain.
Last season, Liverpool earned a £ 96 million Champions League prize
In the latest meeting, UEFA accepted to delay the EURO 2020 final round to 2021 to give the member associations more time to complete the 2019/20 season. However, due to the increasingly complex situation of the Covid-19 epidemic, the peak football in the old continent is unlikely to return soon.
Once both the Champions League and the Europa League are canceled, this is a disastrous season for European teams. Because teams will suffer a huge bonus, in the context that they have lost so much because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Chelsea also made a lot of money by winning the Europa League in the 2018/19 season
With MU or Inter Milan, cancelling the Europa League makes them lose a lot of money. The prize money that UEFA spent on the Europa League is also worth the effort of conquering the club. Specifically in the 2017/18 season, the amount that UEFA paid to the participating teams is £ 2.06 billion. And by the 2018/19 season, this number increased by 787 million pounds, up to 2.84 billion pounds.
Of course, UEFA and the team in that case will have to sit down together to discuss the damage. They will still receive a certain amount of money – especially for teams that still have a chance to compete for the championship in these two tournaments. However, it would certainly not be much compared to what was lost.