The final of this year's edition of the Europa League can be played in front of 10,000 spectators, DailyMail reports. According to the British tabloid, UEFA has reached an agreement with the Polish authorities and 25% of the capacity of the stadium in Gdansk will be occupied by fans.
The European football headquarters is expected to announce the good news before the end of the week. This will be the first match in Poland in a long time that will not be held behind closed doors.
The grand final of the Europa League is on May 17. The winner of the pair Manchester United - Roma and the winner between Villarreal and Arsenal will be in dispute for the trophy.