ISIS threat prompts UEFA to release a statement regarding Champions League matches

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Despite an apparent terror threat, UEFA has stated that the Champions League quarterfinal matches this week will proceed as planned.

According to reports, ISIS has threatened all four of this week’s ties.

However, UEFA has since issued a statement on the subject.

The statement read as follows: “UEFA is actively coordinating with the authorities at the individual locations in response to reported terrorist threats directed targeting this week’s UEFA Champions League matches.

“All scheduled matches are set to proceed according to schedule, with the necessary security measures in place.”

Tuesday’s games will see Manchester City away at Real Madrid and Arsenal hosting Bayern Munich at the Emirates Stadium in London.

Borussia Dortmund will visit Atletico Madrid on Wednesday, while Barcelona will visit Paris Saint-Germain’s Parc des Princes.

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