AC Milan could find themselves in a very difficult position after the Super League debacle as they must now deal with EUFA, according to a report.
According to this morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews), the Super League is a project that seems to have flopped and almost vanished within 48 hours of it being announced. Very few teams remain from the original 12 ‘founding clubs’ and many of these are destined to come out.
Milan could be next even if the last word is up to owners Elliott Management, because the American fund was also directly involved in the project with CEO Ivan Gazidis working behind the scenes to make it happen.
Yesterday, Gazidis explained that “with the Super League a new chapter begins where we will give stability to football”. That was not the case and now the Rossoneri will have to deal with UEFA and their new head of football to examine the repercussions.
Who is the head of football? None other than Zvonimir Boban, a man who is certainly not on the best of terms with Milan after he was sacked by the club back in 2019.