La Juventus confirmed this Tuesday, on its website, to have communicated its intention to the two other clubs still involved in the project, FC Barcelona and Real Madrid.
“Juventus informs that it has sent a communication to the other two clubs which, like Juventus, have not exercised their right to withdraw from the Super League project (FC Barcelona and Real Madrid) in order to initiate a period of discussion between the three clubs regarding the possible exit of Juventus from the Super League project”, can we read in the press release. The ‘Old Lady’ denies having received sanctions from UEFA.
Juventus were fined 10 points in the case of capital gains deemed artificial during transfers. This sanction pushed the club back to 7th place. The ‘Bianconeri’ are therefore qualified for the next Conference League, unless UEFA also decides to sanction the club.
Launched with fanfare in April 2021, the Super League collapsed in just 48 hours in the face of the fury of many supporters and the threat of political measures.
But the specter of a private tournament resurfaced in mid-October with the launch of a structure called A22 Sports Management, which claims to want to open “a dialogue” on the future of European club football by meeting each of its actors. Juventus, Real Madrid and Barcelona continued to support the project.
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