Liverpool won’t go to Germany for the main leg of their Champions League last-16 tie against RB Leipzig on 16 February.
Germany has prohibited most explorers from nations, including the UK, hit hard by new variations of Covid-19.
A German inside service articulation said Bundesliga club Leipzig had been told the apparatus “doesn’t meet the prerequisites for an exemption”.
Uefa said it was “in contact with the individual clubs” about the tie.
Liverpool are being kept educated regarding improvements as conversations occur about an answer.
It is perceived, while RB Leipzig are in contact with both Liverpool and Uefa, they are likewise in talks with other arena proprietors about facilitating the tie as they investigate their alternatives.
They have until 8 February to introduce an answer for European football’s overseeing body and are sure the match will happen.
Uefa has refreshed its guidelines for the knockout phases of the Champions League and Europa League in the midst of the progressing Covid pandemic.
On the off chance that limitations forced in a nation could bring about a match not occurring, “the home club should propose a reasonable elective scene, which might be in an unbiased country”.
In any case, if the host club neglects to do that and it is beyond the realm of imagination to expect to play the game at another scene or on an alternate date, Uefa says it will consider the match to have been relinquished, with the home side losing 3-0.
With Germany’s limitations set up until 17 February, a choice could be to switch the tie so Liverpool have the principal leg. The subsequent leg is planned to happen on 10 March.
Uefa added: “In all cases, the scene of a match should be affirmed by the Uefa organization, which has the option to dole out an elective setting for a specific match or even to conclude that either or the two legs of the applicable round to be rescheduled or potentially played in a nonpartisan country (inside the domain of a Uefa part affiliation) as well as coordinated as a solitary leg.
“These choices are conclusive.”