Juventus president Andrea Agnelli stressed the need to reform European football and reshape the system of the current competitions, while he did not announce any new updated version of the European Super League, contrary to speculation pointed to this before his speech.
This came in the context of Agnelli’s speech at the”Financial Times” seminar about the economy and sports on Thursday evening in London.
Slovenian Aleksandar Ceferin, president of the European football federation, confirmed earlier in the day that he is tired of talking about the European Super League (Super League), accusing the presidents of the three clubs ( Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Juventus) committed to the idea of living in “another world”, while La Liga president Javier Tebas said that they “lie more than Vladimir Putin” Russian President.
Twelve of Europe’s elite clubs signed the proposal in April, but it died before it was born after a backlash from their players and fans, as well as governments and football entities.
Nine clubs have pulled out of the project, but Spain’s giants Real Madrid and Barcelona, as well as Italy’s Juventus, are still clinging to the idea, with press reports warning they will return to the idea this week.