Ceferin, UEFA considers Statute Amendment for his Presidency

According to a report from the Financial Times, UEFA may consider amending its constitution to allow Aleksander Ceferin to be re-elected as president.

The Slovenian, who has been in charge since 2016, is currently serving a term that will end in 2027. The current constitution limits a UEFA president to a maximum of 12 years in office.

This move indicates UEFA’s intention to secure a further term for the incumbent president. This information was reported by the Financial Times, shedding light on the likely changes in the highest tiers of European football’s governing body.

However, the news of the potential change in the UEFA constitution has not been officially confirmed. Yet, it is clearly evident the planning behind the scenes to ensure continuity for Ceferin’s leadership far beyond 2027.

Further details regarding this possible shift in UEFA policy are expected to be released in the coming months. The notion of amending the constitution, if implemented, could set a significant precedent for the institution’s future leadership.

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