The Champions League final will be played under a closed roof due to concerns over a possible drone attack on the stadium, according to the BBC. The June 3 game in Cardiff between Juventus and Real Madrid will be first Champions League final played beneath a closed roof.
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane insists that he and Cristiano Ronaldo decided together that the forward needed to be rested more this season. The 32-year-old has played every minute of his side's route to a second Champions League final in two years but was rested for nine matches in their title-winning LaLiga campaign, being substituted on five occasions. Although Ronaldo has not always looked impressed at being taken off, Zidane says that his playing time has been carefully regulated as a result of discussions over his fitness.
Already we've heard about players on the move, and with clubs like Manchester City and Manchester United set to spend big this summer, the off-season should prove to be eventful. Elsewhere in England, there's uncertainty at Arsenal, and Chelsea will look to bolster its Premier League–winning side. Bayern Munich has also been tied to the likes of Alexis Sanchez.