The FA has begun discussions with UEFA over moving the Champions League final to a UK venue, says transport secretary Grant Shapps.
UK citizens returning from ‘red list’ countries must spend 10 days in isolation at a government-approved hotel.
And Shapps said the British government was ‘very open’ to hosting the massive game.
Speaking at a press conference, he said: “I’m afraid we are having to put Turkey on the red list. This will have a number of ramifications. First of all, it does mean with the regards to the Champions League, fans should not travel to Turkey.
“The FA are in discussions with UEFA on this. We are very open to hosting the final but it is ultimately a decision for UEFA.
“Of course the UK has already got a successful track record of football matches with spectators, so we are well placed to do it.
“We are very open to it but it is in the end a decision for UEFA to make, but given there are two English clubs in that final, we look forward to what they have to say.”
City were similarly dominant, recording a 4-1 aggregate victory over Paris Saint-Germain.
Shapps added: “Red countries are those which should not be visited except in the most extreme of circumstances, where repeated testing and isolation in designated Government hotels on return is compulsory.
“Non-UK residents who have been in a red country in the last 10 days will still be barred from entering the UK.”
The Chelsea Supporters’ Trust plans to meet with UEFA officials about moving the venue in the coming weeks.