THE FINAL of Euro 2020 will reportedly remain at Wembley – and 60,000 fans will be allowed to attend.
The government are believed to have agreed a deal with Uefa to allow 2,500 foreign media and VIPs to attend the game without having to quarantine.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is understood to be under pressure to allow more spectators to attend, with Uefa threatening to move the final elsewhere.
The Puskas Arena in Budapest is at full capacity for the tournament – around 67,000 – and would be willing to the stage the final if necessary.
Wembely is currently welcoming just 22,500 fans for the group stage of the tournament.
Confirmation of the stadium’s capacity for the final is expected to be announced as early as Tuesday, June 22 – the same day England face Czech Republic.