Hong Kong’s government is considering waiving the city’s strict 21-day quarantine requirements in a bid to host football matches in the Asian Champions League and other continental club competitions, a local newspaper said on Sunday.

The city’s Home Affairs Bureau “fully backed” a proposal from the Hong Kong Football Association to bid to hold tournaments for the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), the South China Morning Post reported.

“It’s the right time to send a signal that Hong Kong is ready to resume international mega-events in a controlled environment,” the Hong Kong daily quoted an unnamed source as saying.

The mandatory quarantine and a travel ban now prevent players and officials from across Asia from travelling to the Chinese city.

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