Aston Villa have reportedly offered to host the Champions League final between Manchester City and Chelsea amid ongoing doubts about the suitability of the match being played in Turkey.
The all-Premier League affair is currently scheduled to take place on Saturday, 29 May at the Ataturk Stadium in Istanbul.
Turkey is currently under lockdown following a surge in coronavirus cases.
With City and Chelsea now the confirmed finalists, supporter groups, politicians and health experts are among those calling for the high-profile fixture to be switched to England.
Wembley is already committed to hosting the Sky Bet Championship play-off final on 29 May, but Villa Park in Birmingham has emerged as an alternative.
UEFA has insisted the venue will not change and is due to announce further details on ticketing, travel and capacity for the game on Friday.
It is understood that at this stage only a request from the Turkish government would prompt the final to be hosted elsewhere.
Switching the game to England would pose a number of logistical issues, including visitors – such as delegates from national associations – being required to to self-isolate for up to 10 days upon arrival.
UEFA would also have to inspect and approve the replacement stadium.
Villa fuelled rumours earlier on Thursday by tweeting an aerial footage of their ground, accompanied by a heart emoji.
Chelsea booked their spot in the final on Wednesday by overcoming Real Madrid 3-1 on aggregate on Wednesday, while City defeated Paris St Germain the previous evening, winning 4-1 over two legs.