The person spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss UEFA's internal planning. American media outlet Morning Consult reported Friday that UEFA's marketing agency had talked to potential commercial partners about a move to bring the 2024 final to the U.S. with MetLife Stadium in New Jersey a potential venue.
UEFA's leadership first revealed in 2016 that it was open to taking one of its finals outside Europe. A Spanish broadcasting chief last year said UEFA was exploring the possibility of staging the 2021 Champions League final in the U.S. The claim was denied by UEFA, which eventually awarded the hosting rights to St. Petersburg.
UEFA has also settled on the hosts for the next four years, with this season's final in Istanbul in May, Munich staging the 2022 showpiece and Wembley in 2023.
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