The president of Juventus, Andrea Agnelli, who is also one of the vice-presidents of the Super League, has terminated the project, according to statements to Reuters. “To be honest and honest, the Super League can no longer be done,” said Agnelli when asked about the departure of the six English clubs (Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City, Arsenal and Tottenham), which then left the three Spaniards (Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atlético) and the three Italians (Juventus, Inter and Milan) as the only members of the starting club of 12. This Wednesday, Atlético also formalized its reversal.
“I remain convinced of the beauty of the project,” said Agnelli, “but you have to admit that now he cannot go ahead.” This past dawn, after confirming the English rout due to the great political and social pressure in England, the Super League issued a statement in which it regretted the latest events: “The European Super League is convinced that the status quo current European football must change. We are proposing a new European competition because the existing system does not work. Despite the announced departure of the English clubs, forced to make such decisions due to the pressure exerted on them, we are convinced that our proposal is fully aligned with European legislation and regulations, as a judicial decision to protect to the Super League of third parties. Given the current circumstances, we will reconsider the most appropriate steps to remodel the project, always bearing in mind our objectives of offering fans the best possible experience and promoting solidarity payments for the entire football community ”.
Inter has also made his departure official through a statement this Wednesday morning. “The club is no longer part of the Super League project. We always strive to give fans the best football experience Innovation and inclusion have been part of our DNA since the club was born. Our commitment to improving the football industry with all parties will never change. “