UEFA then accepted the rate? Or wanted to get rid of the responsibility of unnecessary trouble on the neck?
The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has announced that it will punish Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus for their involvement in the European Super League. Initially, they fined nine clubs involved in the project. And yet the European football governing body wanted to give a bigger punishment to the three clubs that dreamed of a Super League.
There was also a proposal to ban him from the Champions League. There was also an attempt to discuss whether the teams could be punished or relegated to their respective leagues. But the three clubs did not sit still, and UEFA sent a legal notice to the company asking why such an attempt would not be illegal. He added something new to the play. UEFA has withdrawn the lawsuit against the three clubs.
Juventus chairman Andrea Anelli (left), Real Madrid president Florentino Perez (center) and Barcelona president Juan Laporta – the three main players in the Super League Photo: Twitter
UEFA is still against the Super League and they still want to punish the clubs. But despite the desire to take legal action against the three clubs, they have to withdraw those cases. Madrid Mercantile Court Judge Manuel Ruiz de Lara last week ordered UEFA to withdraw all cases within five days. UEFA has withdrawn the case respecting the will of the court.
UEFA said in a statement: “Today, UEFA has taken seriously the letter sent by UEFA’s Neutral Appellate Division. There, the so-called ‘Super League’ involvement against Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid for possible violations of UEFA’s legal framework has been declared null and void.
In addition to Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham were also announced in the Super League. But after the announcement of this league, the club did not retreat after the anger of all the football fans and supporters ignited.
Last May, UEFA fined the remaining nine teams in the Super League 15 million euros. In addition, it was decided to deduct 5 percent of clubs’ earnings from UEFA competition this season.
As a result of UEFA lifting all legal measures on Monday, the club will no longer have to pay fines, Sky News reported. However, UEFA has said it will take legal action if it tries to re-launch a rebel league or revive the European Super League.