RB Leipzig cleared for Champions League by UEFA after ownership issue

RB Leipzig has been cleared to play in the Champions League.
UEFA will allow Bundesliga runners-up RB Leipzig to play in the Champions League next season.
Leipzig’s status had been in jeopardy because FC Salzburg won the Austrian Bundesliga and both clubs have ownership links to energy drink company Red Bull.
UEFA’s integrity rules prevent multiple teams from the same ownership from playing in the Champions League, but the governing body’s adjudicatory arm (CFCB) was satisfied that the clubs had fulfilled the requirements needed to allow entry for…
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