City led 2-1 in the first leg and were superb in the second leg to eliminate the 2-0 winners on the evening to seal a 4-1 overall victory over last season’s runners-up.
Now, as City’s treble hunt continues, they will face either Chelsea or Real Madrid in the final at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul on May 29.
Naturally, after a season of games behind closed doors, fans will be keen to support their club in their biggest game ever in Europe, and the club have announced that they will immediately open talks to clarify the situation.
The participation of fans in the city will depend on the UK government’s travel rules, as the Covid-19 restrictions roadmap is expected to allow some international travel from May 17. UEFA will also have to decide on ticket allocation, while Turkish authorities will also be involved.
A statement from the city said: “In preparation for the UEFA Champions League final in Istanbul on Saturday 29 May, the Club will now enter into discussions with UEFA and other stakeholders regarding the ticketing and organization of the event. trips.
Two Riyad Mahrez goals against Paris Saint-Germain sealed a 4-1 aggregate victory, and City will face either Chelsea or Real Madrid in the Istanbul final on May 29.
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“Although details of international pleasure travel have not been confirmed by the UK government at this time, we expect guidance will be issued in Stage 3 of the roadmap, which is due to go into effect on 17 e May.
“We will provide more information to supporters as soon as we are able to do so. “
City will discover their final opponents on Wednesday night, with Chelsea hosting Real Madrid at Stamford Bridge. The scores are level 1-1, with Chelsea holding an important away goal.