UEFA’s stance comes shortly after FIFA President Gianni Infantino said he would not take action against clubs trying to form the European Super League.
UEFA’s stance comes shortly after FIFA President Gianni Infantino said he would not take action against clubs trying to form the European Super League. The move is a two-year ban in the Champions League for teams that do not withdraw from the Super League.
Twelve clubs have been announced in the European Super League, led by Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus. Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham and Atletico Madrid all withdrew from the Super League following strong opposition from UEFA, fans and players.
Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus and AC Milan are still in the Super League. FIFA President Gianni Infantino has suggested that the issue be resolved through negotiations rather than a ban or any other action. However, UEFA President Alexander Seferin replied that unlicensed tournaments or associations could not be accepted in any way. UEFA has reiterated that players playing in the Super League will be banned from national teams.
At the same time, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus and AC Milan have all said that there is no other way out of the crisis than the Super League.
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