UEFA constantly monitors all matches, teams and national championships of each of our 54 members. It is approximately 32,000 matches per season, including the Champions League and Europe League. If we determine that something unusual or abnormal happened, we will launch an investigation immediately. Even in the case of the match for which you sent us inquiry,” UEFA said today in reply to Serbian media.
This came after Serbian daily Kurir that the Albanian side offered 500,000 euros to Armenian 4 players to ensure Albania’s victory. The source reports that UEFA will launch an investigation into the match and if evidence is found, Albania will be disqualified and will not participate in the Euro-2016 finals. In that case Denmark will travel to France and Serbia would go to play-offs.
Anyway, UEFA has not made any official statement in connection with the investigation as the Serbian media did not provide tangible facts and evidence.