LONDON mayor Sadiq Khan has raised hopes the Tartan Army could get into Wembley for this summer’s Euro finals clash with England.
He called for “domestic fans” to be allowed entry to the delayed championships — even if foreign supporters are banned from entering the UK.
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Governing body Uefa will make a final decision on crowds in April.
But Mr Khan said: “What we are speaking to Uefa about is, if it’s not possible for foreign travel — no Spanish, German, French fans — to at least allow domestic fans.
“That will give us an opportunity to showcase London to Londoners going to the game or going out, but also those from across the country — and there is the England v Scotland game.”