UEFA is demanding a solidarity fund from the European leagues for the postponement of the Euro Cup. The organization claims 300 million from European clubs for the postponement of the tournament, which is already a fact, in the absence of officiality. The financial portal ‘The Athletic’ reports that Ceferin it will ask the national championships to assume part of the economic impact of the coronavirus. “If you do that, nothing will turn out well because the tax collection will prevail over more important things,” an ECA member told this newspaper. The economic impact of the postponement of the Eurocopa “is acceptable for the UEFA”, that nevertheless “would have serious problems” if they cannot conclude the current European competitions. The Champions League alone leaves more than three billion euros a year in UEFA’s coffers, “much more than it means to postpone the Eurocup for a year, which at most will cost the effort to renegotiate the postponement of television contracts.”In the appointment of UEFA with its 55 affiliated federations, to which it has communicated that the Euro Cup has been postponed to 2021, it is expected to establish a unitary position to grant access to the next edition of European competitions if the national leagues are suspended by cause of force majeure.