Tottenham’s optimistic Europa League clash with Rennes is postponed amid club’s Covid crisis
Tottenham optimistic Europe Conference League clash with Rennes postponed amid club’s Covid crisis after holding crunch talks with UEFA
- Tottenham have reported at least 13 positive coronavirus cases, with 11 players
- UEFA is therefore seriously considering postponing a match against Rennes
- Sportsmail understands there is growing confidence that UEFA will delay the match
UEFA is seriously considering postponing Tottenham’s game against Rennes.
The Premier League club is optimistic that the match will not go ahead due to the club’s Covid crisis.
Sportsmail learned on Wednesday evening that the club in north London was increasingly confident that UEFA would agree to postpone the game.
Antonio Conte’s side has 11 players in the squad who have tested positive for Covid
The news comes after the club reported at least 13 positive cases of coronavirus, including 11 players.
Spurs officials are in talks with representatives of the European Football Association to stop the game.
And there is a strong belief that the European Conference League game will now go ahead at a later date.
The news will delight Antonio Conte, who spoke passionately about why the game should not go ahead.
UEFA thinks seriously about postponing match against Rennes