Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona hit back on Uefa
Founding clubs continue to suffer
Nine out of a dozen founding clubs, including the Premier League’s big six, La Liga leaders Atlético Madrid and the Serie A Inter duo and AC Milan, have already received confirmation they face financial punishment after negotiating with European governing bodies. body. But the continued resistance of the Bianconeri, Los Blancos and the Blaugrana remains a common ground, and now three of them are launching a forced attack on both FIFA and UEFA. The clubs announced that the founding clubs have suffered and continue to suffer from unacceptable third party pressures, threats and wrongdoing to abandon the project and therefore refrain from their right and duty to provide solutions to the football ecosystem through concrete proposals and constructive dialogue.
This is unacceptable under the rule of law, and the tribunals have already ruled in favor of the Super League proposal, directing UEFA and FIFA, either directly or through their affiliated bodies, to refrain from any action that might in any way interfere with this initiative while the court proceedings will not be completed. It was also said that in addition, they reiterate to UEFA, FIFA and all football stakeholders, as they have done on numerous occasions since the announcement of the Super League, their commitment and determination to discuss, with respect and without intolerable pressure and in accordance with the rule of law , the most suitable solutions for the sustainability of the whole football family.
These clubs may face further sanctions
The efforts of Madrid, Barca and Juventus, whose president Florentino Perez was a key figure in the breakaway movement, mark them as the only parties remaining in the theoretical competition after the other nine accepted financial punishment from UEFA as part of reintegration negotiations. Milan, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Inter, Atlético Madrid, Man City, Tottenham and Man Utd will lose five percent of the income they would have received from UEFA in one season, to a penalty well below initial expectations. The likelihood is that the remaining trio could face further sanctions, including a potential explosion from European competition next season.
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