The second leg of the Copa Libertadores final, River-Boca, which was suspended on November 24 after the incidents around the Monumental Stadium in Buenos Aires, is close to closing a new venue, the Santiago Bernabéu, in Madrid, after an agreement in which they have been working in the last hours the Conmebol, the Fifa, the Spanish Football Federation and Real Madrid. According to sources of the FEF, the deal is closed to 90%, and the parties trust to announce it throughout the afternoon of this Thursday.
After the altercations of 24, the final was scheduled for the next day, Sunday 25, on the same stage, the Monumental, but neither was disputed that day, and the leaders agreed to postpone the game. They met two days later, on Tuesday, in Asunción, capital of Paraguay, along with the Conmebol leadership, to try to find a solution. On the table, they had, in addition, the claim of Mouth of which the title of champions of the Liberators was granted to him without it was disputed already the return party. This possibility was discarded and work continued to unclog the conflict.
Shortly after it was reached a tentative date: the game would be played on December 8 or 9, and would be outside of Argentina. The option of playing the game in Doha (Qatar) was then explored, which took into account that a few days later, from December 12 to 22, the Club World Cup in the United Arab Emirates would take place, and there the winner of the tournament would have to compete. title of the Liberators.