Financial Times: Remaining Super League clubs could sue those who have left over breaking deal

By Oliver Fisher -

The teams that have been left in the Super League could potentially sue those who left it early, according to a report.

Two days after the official announcement it seems that the project has failed. Manchester City were the first to say goodbye, then all the other English clubs followed. This morning the press releases from Inter, Atletico Madrid, Milan and also Juventus arrived while Real Madrid and Barcelona seem unmoved.

Florentino Perez stated on Monday evening that he was/is convinced that no club could abandon ship because all of them had signed a binding agreement. The Financial Times (via MilanLive) has published some details of the affair which is likely to be far from over.

In fact, it seems that the 12 founding clubs of the Super League had agreed on certain clauses, one of which was not being able to leave the competition before June 2025. In the event of a farewell to the Super League, the clubs would have been required to repay part of the first money received.

However, now it seems there are risks that the remaining clubs of the Super League (currently Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus) could sue the clubs that have left.

Tags AC Milan European Super League

1 Comment

  1. Real, Barca and Juve are so much in debt they need to get money one way or the other, pathetic how those clubs are managed, spending like they are drunk all the time and telling everyone they need more money. 😀

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