BT Sport is set to announce coverage details for Champions League and Europa League in the next few days.
BT Sports is paying £897m to show the Champions League for the next three seasons, taking the live coverage away from previous broadcasters ITV and Sky Sports.
Industry sources believe the most likely way the broadcaster will do this is to create a new channel, and charge an additional subscription rate of £5 a month to access it. This will be on top of the £13.50 a month it currently charges subscribers for BT Sport 1&2.
Some analysts think BT will offer its Champions League coverage free of charge to new broadband subscribers, in an effort to win over new customers.
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