AC Milan president Paolo Scaroni appears to have inserted a clause regarding the club’s participation in the Super League that could protect them.
The fallout continues in the aftermath of the announcement of the Super League that arrived on Sunday night as there is still some confusion as to whether the competition still exists and which teams are still in it if it does.
As MilanLive writes, Torino president Urbano Cairo has demanded the resignation of Giuseppe Marotta and Paolo Scaroni by the Council of the League Serie A. The Rossoneri president is ready to take a step back and step down from the role of advisor, although it is not said that these resignations are accepted.
The report cites in La Gazzetta dello Sport in claiming that Scaroni inserted a specific clause in Milan’s contract for joining the Super League. The basis of it is this: Milan will join, as long as it does not go against the approval of the FIGC and UEFA. It will be necessary to see in the next Lega Serie A assembly whether the Rossoneri president will actually resign.
Florentino Perez – the president of Real Madrid – said that Juventus and Milan are still in the project but it does destined to come to life anytime soon. The feeling is that everything will be postponed.