Europe’s top teams have agreed to form a new midweek competition, the “Super League.”
AC Milan, Arsenal, Atlético, Chelsea, Barcelona, Inter, Juventus, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Tottenham have all joined.
The project is financed by J.P. Morgan with €3.5bn paid up front to the 15 founders, although the clubs and the clubs alone intend to be the shareholders of the European Super League This means “Founding Clubs will receive an amount of €3.5 billion.”
UEFA has threatened to ban every team and player that participates in the newly formed Super League from all UEFA and FIFA competitions at the European and International level, This would include the World Cup.
Responding to possible sanctions by UEFA and FIFA from Perez, President of Real Madrid and the first president of the European Super League: If players are not allowed to play in the World Cup, we will create our own World Cup tournament. No problem.
UEFA: “Every club and player participating in the Super League could be banned from all UEFA and FIFA competitions, European or International level.”