The Confederation of African Football {CAF} is looking into returning to a two-legged format for the final of the CAF Champions League.

CAF has confirmed that it is considering returning to a two-legged final for the CAF Champions League.

In 2019, CAF executives decided the winner of the Champions League would be decided by a single tie and not the two-legged formal. The CAF Champions League final has been contested in a two-legged tie, home and away, for over four decades.

The decision to move to a single tie was done to emulate the UEFA Champions League, however, Africa has struggled to find willing host countries.

CAF is now considering going back to the home and away format due to the lack of countries willing to host a single final, according to ESPN Africa.

This year the final will be contested in Morocco for the second time in a row, a decision which has caused a lot of controversial debate.

Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane has been vocal about the decision and questioned how Morocco could host the final when a Moroccan team was in the semi-finals.