Manchester City UEFA refuses to wear Champions League logo next season
Manchester City will not be wearing the UEFA Champions League 2023 logo on their sleeves for next season’s European Cup. Even after reaching the dream land, winning the first championship was successful
Pep Guardiola’s navy beat Inter Milan 1-0 at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Turkey thanks to a late Rodri goal midway through the second half. and is also consider “Triple Championship”, the first English team after Manchester United in 1999 as well
However, The สมัคร ufabet reveals that City will not be wearing the Champions League logo on their sleeves for next season as UEFA has not approved the badge for any clubs that have recently Only won the championship once
Teams eligible to put this sign on play. There are only powers that have won many titles such as Real Madrid, Barcelona, Ajax, Liverpool, Bayern Munich or AC Milan.
However, the CHPL next season 2023/24 will begin playing in the preliminary round at the end of this month, June 27. Before the start of the group stage in mid-September. While the final match to held at Wembley Stadium, London, England once again
However, “City” will only allow the 21-year-old midfielder to gain experience on loan only. They don’t want to sell outright. or put a buy option
Palmer made 25 appearances for Manchester City last season in all competitions, scoring one goal and providing one assist.