Next week's Europa League round of 32 first leg between Real Sociedad and Manchester United will be played in Turin.
Flights from the UK into Spain are currently blocked and the Basque club this afternoon that there's an agreement to move the game to Juventus' stadium.
"The first leg of the round of 32 of the UEFA Europa League that Real was to host on the 18th of February against Manchester United at the Reale Arena has been changed," La Real announced in a statement.
"The ban from entering Spain of flights from the United Kingdom until February 16th and the uncertainty that this ban could be extended over time has led to the decision to play the match in a different setting.
"In this way, with the agreements with UEFA and Juventus FC, and once the permission of the Italian government has been obtained, the match against Manchester United will be played at the Juventus Stadium in Turin on February 18 at 18:55.
"Real Sociedad regrets the inconveniences that this situation can generate in the sectors affected by this change of scenery and, in turn, wishes to thank Juventus FC for the facilities offered to host the match."
Sociedad have won just one of their last five LaLiga matches and have slipped outside the Champions League places in recent weeks.
The away leg of Arsenal's Europa League tie with Benfica is also expected to be played in Italy, with talks ongoing with Roma about the game being staged at the Stadio Olimpico.
Portugal has also placed Britain on their travel red list.