The 12 top clubs from England, Spain, and Italy were associated with the proposed European Super League for its formation. There was also pressure to support fans, and also there was a disagreement among clubs.
After stirring up in European football, the proposed Superleague collapsed without a single kick. Six English Premier League (EPL) clubs Arsenal, Chelsea Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur have announced their withdrawal from the league. Italian clubs Atlético Madrid, Inter Milan, AC Milan, and Juventus have also stepped back.
Only Spain’s Real Madrid and Barcelona are officially left in the league. The new president of the Super League is Florentino Perez, head of the Real Madrid club. Uefa also threatened to ban players from the Super League from playing in next year’s European Championships and World Cup. After the announcement of Atletico and Inter Milan at clubs in Italy, AC Milan also announced to leave the league.
The pressure from supporters and the government was also putting a lot of pressure on the
English clubs oppose the supporters and at the same time, the British government also threatened to take action against the teams. The government had also warned making laws against the formation of this league. A day earlier, UEFA President Alexander Ceferin appealed to all these clubs to remain part of the Champions League. He said it is good to admit that he had made a mistake. They are with us again. We will again emphasize unity and move forward together and enjoy the game like we have been before.
European Super League new formation plan
Meanwhile, the European Super League announced that it would take steps to resume the project. According to reports, the Super League stated that given the prevailing circumstances, we would reconsider the most appropriate steps to resume the project in some form. Clubs in Spain and Italy have alleged that English clubs have been forced to take this step under pressure.
European Super League clubs steps back
A total of 12 top European teams from England, Spain, and Italy announced on Monday that they wanted to be their league. Manchester City first confirmed that it was withdrawing from the league. Five other England clubs also confirmed the withdrawal. The division within Super League clubs also increased with Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola who said the Super League would harm the integrity and values of the game. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has also expressed concern about the actions of his club owners. Chelsea, which is owned by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, said it only joined the Super League group last week. We now have time to fully consider the matter and have decided that our continued participation in these plans will not be in the best interests of the club, our supporters, or the wider football community.