Some more details have emerged regarding how the proposed Super League would have worked as the fall out over the competition continues.
It has been a very turbulent few days for the world of football as the Super League was announced on Sunday night with 12 clubs as founding members, with Milan, Juventus and Inter among them as well as six English clubs and three from LaLiga in Spain.
However, it seems as though the project has died as quickly as it came to life with the vast majority of teams – including all Premier League sides – having now dropped out.
Now, Christoph Winterbach of German outlet Der Spiegel has given some more details on how the Super League would have worked financially for the clubs involved. Looking at the contract, it states that Barcelona and Real Madrid were set to receive additional €60m each.
Milan, Inter, Borussia Dortmund and Atletico Madrid were supposed to receive less than everyone else for joining the competition, while clubs were to exclusively broadcast live games.
🚨🚨 Excerpts from the Super League contract:
– Barcelona & Real Madrid were set to receive additional €60M each.
– Milan, Inter, Borussia Dortmund & Atletico were supposed to receive less than everyone else
– Clubs were to exclusively broadcast live games
— Milan Eye (@MilanEye) April 23, 2021