Uefa meets to finalise completing Champions League and Europa League competitions
Plans to finish this season's Champions League and Europa League will be discussed at a meeting of Uefa's executive committee on Wednesday, reports BBC Sport.
It is expected that Portugal and Germany will be confirmed as hosts for a 'final eight' knockout tournament in the respective competitions
However, there has been disagreement about how the outstanding last-16 ties will be resolved.
It is possible that some teams may have to give up home advantage in their Champions League and Europa League last-16 second-leg ties.
In addition to this season's tournaments, the meeting will also discuss how the complicated qualifying system for the 2020-21 club competitions are going to work.
It is anticipated Uefa will have a six-week window to complete its qualifiers, which normally involve more than 200 two-legged ties and all 55 member nations at some stage in the five rounds of competition.