The prime minister of Italy has called for the Euro 2020 final to be moved from Wembley due to coronavirus concerns.
Mario Draghi says the level of infection in the United Kingdom means alternative venues must be considered.
"I will try to stop the final being held in a country where infections are rising quickly," he said on Monday when asked if Rome could be considered a possible replacement.
Wembley is due to host five knockout matches, including both semi-finals and then the final on July 11. Italy will also play their last-16 game in London against Austria on June 26.
Cases of COVID-19 have been increasing in recent weeks in the UK, fuelled by the Delta variant first identified in India, with a further 10,633 confirmed on Monday.
There are also still strict travel restrictions in place, with almost all travellers required to quarantine for 10 days after entering the country.
This is said to have prompted concerns among foreign officials, VIPs and media members who wish to attend knockout matches at England's national stadium.
UEFA admitted last week that there was a "contingency plan" in place should it decide holding the final in London was impractical after reports suggested president Aleksander Ceferin was prepared to move the game to Budapest.
However, it was reported in England on Monday that the UK government is prepared to allow a crowd of 60,000 people for the game – matching the proposed capacity from the Hungarian capital – while around 2,500 VIPs and media members could be exempt from having to quarantine after arriving for the fixture.