Sky: Milan and Inter negotiating for lower sanctions over Super League – Juventus in ‘critical position’

By Oliver Fisher -

UEFA are set to punish those clubs that joined the Super League with Milan and Inter already in talks over lowering their sanction, a report claims.

ESPN reported last night that the four remaining clubs – Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus and Milan – face maximum punishment under the organisation’s disciplinary pathway, which is a two-year ban from the Champions League or Europa League.

According to reports from Sky (via MilanNews), all the clubs that had joined the Super League will be financially punished by UEFA, and those who have not yet officially withdrawn or distanced themselves will be punished harder.

Milan and Inter are already negotiating for lower economic sanctions, and this points to an exit from the Super League project in an official and effective way. Non-economic sanctions are also expected from the FIGC, which will be announced by President Gravina in the coming days.

Any club who does not leave the Super League should be punished with exclusion from European competitions, so the most ‘critical position’ in this sense is that of Juventus.

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