European Super League Soccer: Real Madrid President Florentino Perez has brushed apart threats from UEFA President Alexander Ceferin who had stated that the gamers collaborating within the European Super League will be banned from the World Cup and Euros.
A gaggle of 12 European golf equipment on Monday confirmed their plans to launch a brand new European Super League. Amongst these 12, six belong to the Premier League — Manchester United, Manchester Metropolis, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, and Chelsea. UEFA President Ceferin was additionally left fuming and he launched a scathing assault on all of the 12 golf equipment concerned and he made his intentions clear on what may be the destiny of the gamers in the event that they play the European Super League.
“Every player can be calm because that’s not going to happen. They won’t be banned if they join the Super League,” Real Madrid President Perez advised El Chiringuito, as reported by Aim.com.
UEFA’s Government Committee member Jesper Moller on Monday additionally stated that Real Madrid, Chelsea, and Manchester Metropolis might be thrown out of this season’s Champions League on account of their involvement within the Super League.
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“Real Madrid, Manchester City, and Chelsea will not be banned from the Champions League or domestic leagues. Impossible, I can assure you of that. 100 per cent, it won’t happen, the law protects us. This is impossible,” stated Perez.
UEFA President Ceferin had additionally slammed Manchester United and Juventus chiefs Ed Woodward and Andrea Agnelli and he went on to name them “snakes” after they led proposals for the Super League.
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“President Ceferin insulted Andrea Agnelli today, it is not possible. It’s crazy to discuss a president of a world club like Juventus. This is something unacceptable, UEFA must change, we don’t want a president who insults other presidents,” stated Perez.
“Why aren’t UEFA and LaLiga salaries public? Why haven’t salaries been reduced like everyone else during the pandemic? We need more transparency. We know the salary of LeBron James but we don’t know the salary of the UEFA President,” he added