Rome- Italian Football Association President Gabriele Gravina warned today that if Juventus did not explicitly resign from the UEFA Super League, he might be expelled.
Although Milan and Inter Milan agreed to end in failure but failed to form a new European Championship, Juventus is still Italy’s lone rebel club.
“The rules are clear. If Juventus is still a member of the Super League at the beginning of next season, it will not be able to participate in Serie A,” Graviona told Kees Kiss Radio in Naples. “I feel sorry for the fans, but the rules are the rules, they apply to everyone.”
Despite the risk of being excluded from the Champions League, Real Madrid and Barcelona also insisted on the project.
Gravina added: “I believe this resistance will end soon.”
The Premier League collapsed three weeks ago and the six British clubs involved-Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham-gave up only 48 hours after the initial announcement due to widespread opposition from fans and the British government.
In addition to Atletico Madrid, Milan and Inter Milan, the Premier League clubs also agreed to sign an agreement with UEFA to only participate in European competitions in the Open, and agreed to deduct 5% of their income. One season.