Manchester – Of the 12 clubs that failed to form the UEFA Super League, only 9 agreed to restore UEFA’s conditions, including millions of dollars in fines.
But the other three rebellious clubs are now in danger of being banned from the Champions League because they have not given up on their breakup. Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus on Friday refused to approve UEFA’s so-called “reintegration measures”, and their cases will be transferred to UEFA for disciplinary action after supporting the new competition. This measure is largely a measure. UEFA’s participation in other teams is not accepted.
The Premier League program was disbanded three weeks ago. Prior to this, the English teams of Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur were disbanded 48 hours after a negative response from fans and the British government.
The Premier League clubs, Atletico Madrid, Milan and Inter Milan have formally signed an agreement with UEFA to participate in the existing and open European Championships.
Similarly, the team agreed to pay 5% of the income earned from participating in European competitions. There is no explanation as to whether this fee will be charged this season or next season.
The price for England and Spain to enter the final can exceed 100 million pounds (122 million US dollars), which means they should pay about 5 million euros for this.
In addition, the nine clubs will jointly pay 15 million euros (US$18 million), which is part of a “goodwill gesture” that UEFA believes is beneficial to children, youth and basic football.
In order to prevent the relevant teams from threatening to establish the Super League again, the two clubs promised to pay a fine of 100 million euros if they intend to participate in an unauthorized game again, and a fine of 50 million euros if they violate other regulations. As part of the agreement.
The chairman of the agency, Aleksander Ceferin, said: “The measures announced are significant, but UEFA will not lift any financial sanctions.” “They will all reinvest in communities across Europe, including the United Kingdom. Youth football. These teams quickly recognized their mistakes and took steps to prove their contribution to European football and their commitment to the future.
“The same cannot be said for clubs that are still participating in the so-called’Super League’. UEFA will then deal with these clubs.”
Ceferin previously told the Associated Press that teams that did not explicitly withdraw from the Super League may be excluded from European competitions.
The organization emphasized on Friday: “UEFA reserves all rights to take measures it deems appropriate to those clubs that have so far refused to give up the so-called’Super League’.” “This matter will be submitted to UEFA shortly. Competent disciplinary agency.”
Ceferin referred to these 12 clubs as “dirty hits.” During this period, he tried his best to prevent teams from forming a 15-player Super League, which can ensure their youth. Participate in the competition year after year, not the process of qualifying. -The national competition of the UEFA Champions League has been completed.