The second leg of Rangers Europa League last 16 clash with Bayer Leverkusen will be pushed back until at least July with UEFA expected to postpone club competitons.

European football's governing body had a conference call with all 55 football associations to discuss the latest plans for moving forward with the coronavirus crisis.

All football has been suspended until April 30 at the earliest due to the ongoing pandemic.

Now it is understood UEFA bosses will look to postpone the Champions League and Europa League until July at the earliest, which will then have a knock-on effect on next season's qualifiers.

UEFA are keen for countries to get their domestic campaigns finished, with both European competitions having to take a back seat in the meantime.

UEFA could also decide to stage the semi-finals and finals of both competitions in a condensed period of around five days in the same city for each one.

It is also understood that all international matches in June will also be suspended again, with autumn being a more realistic time for them to be rescheduled.

It has been claimed that several senior football executives were hoping June could be a realistic month in which to re-start the season, but it remains to be seen if this is possible.

UEFA chief Aleksander Ceferino recently claimed the current season is "probably lost" if football is not able to resume by the end of June.

"In this dramatic moment, the most important thing is people's health and getting out of this crisis," he told La Repubblica.

"Of course, the interruption of football symbolises that Europe and the world has stopped.

"We don't know when this pandemic will end, but we have a plan A, B and even C. We are in contact with the Leagues, with the clubs, there's a working group. We have to wait, like any other sector.

"[We could] start again in mid-May, in mid-June or at the end of June. Then, if we don't succeed, the season is probably lost. There is also the proposal to end this season at the start of the next, which would then be postponed, starting a little later.