The fall out from the European Super League project continues to rage on as some Serie A clubs are not happy with Milan, Inter and Juventus.
According to this morning’s edition of La Repubblica (via MilanLive), 11 teams in Serie A have sent a letter to FIGC president Paolo Dal Pino, signing an indictment against Milan, Juventus and Inter for the chaos caused by the ESL.
Their objective is to set up an emergency assembly to discuss the possible sanctions against the three splinter clubs. The Super League died as soon as it came to life, but a lot of clubs who weren’t involved are feeling angry about the situation still.
The teams that sent the letter to president Paolo Dal Pino that are named are Sampdoria, Sassuolo, Torino, Bologna, Genoa, Spezia, Benevento, Parma and Cagliari. Napoli, Atalanta, Lazio, Verona and Fiorentina all abstained from doing so.
The report adds that Lega Serie A will evaluate the request of the 11 clubs and therefore any sanctions for Milan, Inter and Juventus, but it will be a question of fines and certainly not sporting penalties like the docking of points.
Inter seem to be less at risk of a heavy punishment because of the simple fact that the Nerazzurri have already officially issued a press release in which they pulled out of the Super League project. Milan and Juve, meanwhile, did not expressly state that they have.