Follow live, all the information related to the announcement of the creation of the Super League by 12 major European clubs.
Following the announcement of the club’s withdrawal, the owner of Liverpool apologized to Liverpool supporters: “it was clear that the project would not hold without the support of the fans”, he said in particular.
In the wake of the gesture of the Leeds and Brighton players in the matches against Liverpool and Chelsea, Cadiz could also denounce the project through an anti-Super League shirt displayed against Real according to Marca’s information.
Italian news agency Ansa announces that Inter are also expected to withdraw from the project and that AC Milan are also expected to follow in the footsteps of English clubs. Juventus and the three Spanish clubs have not yet officially communicated.
Chelsea officially withdraw from Super League
Chelsea have officially confirmed to withdraw from the Super League project.
Following the announcement of the withdrawal of English clubs, the organizers of the competition announced on the night of Tuesday to Wednesday a redesign of the project. A harbinger of its outright abandonment? : “Despite the announcement of the exit of the English clubs, forced to take such a decision because of the pressure exerted on them, we are convinced that our proposal is fully in line with European laws and regulations, as demonstrated today. hui a court ruling which protects the Super League from the actions of third parties. “
Given the current circumstances, we will assess how to reshape the project, always keeping in mind our goals to offer fans the best possible experience, improving solidarity contributions for the entire football community. “
Mesut Özil rebounded on the evolution of the situation in a post chamber to the glory of the Turkish championship. “There is only one Super League” declared the former Arsenal player.
Leeds have welcomed the announcements from the English clubs involved, who have confirmed they are leaving the competition.
Barça defender Gerard Piqué underlined in a message posted on Twitter that “football belongs to the supporters. Today more than ever. “. Will Barça also leave the ship?