Manchester City owner Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyab pays for the airline tickets of the City supporters who are present at the Champions League final in Porto.

The sheik promised that on Tuesday.

"Trainer Pep Guardiola and his team have had such a remarkable season. Reaching the Champions League final after a very challenging year is truly a historic moment for the club," said Sheikh Mansour on the club's website.

"It is therefore incredibly important that as many fans as possible have the opportunity to attend this special game, especially those who have supported Manchester City for so many years through good and bad times."

Manchester City and opponent Chelsea can both take six thousand fans to Portugal, who do not have to be quarantined when they return.

However, they must be back in Great Britain within 24 hours of the match and the costs of the corona tests are also with the supporters themselves.

The final battle between the two English clubs would be in Istanbul on Saturday 29 May.

Because of the corona virus, code red applies to the British government for that country.

That is why it was decided to move to Porto.

Manchester City, which has already won the Premier League and League Cup, is in the final of the Champions League for the first time.

Chelsea will play the final for the third time (win in 2012, loss in 2008).

The match starts May 29 at 9 p.m.


Summary Paris Saint-Germain-Manchester City (1-2)