Sky: Milan, Inter and Juve reiterate stance on Serie A participation in meeting with other clubs

By Oliver Fisher -

A meeting took place this evening involving all 20 Serie A clubs amid the announcement of the new Super League involving Milan, Inter and Juventus.

It was confirmed last night that 12 ‘founding clubs’ among Europe’s elite are ready to start their own competition, namely Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham from England plus Milan, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Inter, Juventus and Real Madrid.

The ESL said the founding clubs had agreed to establish a “new midweek competition” but that teams still plan to “compete in their respective national leagues” – though it is unknown whether that will actually be an option.

According to reports from Sky Italia (via MilanNews), the clubs will all meet once again on Tuesday but this time in person. However, what filters from the dialogue today is that the idea remains that of the various press releases, namely that the three founding clubs of the Super League (Milan, Inter and Juventus) want to continue playing in Serie A.

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8 Comments

  1. Xrevurt says:

    How can the milan mangement even think milan belongs to Europe’s top clubs when we didn’t play champions league or had any major succes in the last what feels like a decade…
    Unbelievable… So shameless…

    1. Nwosu Success says:

      I doubt you understand football.. UEFA corruption is really the reason why all this happening.. UEFA make billions and hive these big team peanuts… Same big teams that made the game and uefa relevant get you still tag FFP to them.. Bro I love this because the big owners are sweating just to balance their sheets to pay your idols of players… How would they make these money back, UEFA DONT CARE

      1. Trojan says:

        You right they are so corrupted some people don’t understand. Those big team they play with small team
        And against them they play for life or death because they want to compete with big players they don’t care if they get hurt. Big team spend a lot for big players. Ueafa and FIFA they don’t care

    2. Success says:

      I doubt you understand football.. UEFA corruption is really the reason why all this happening.. UEFA make billions and give these big team peanuts… Same big teams that made the game and uefa relevant get you still tag FFP to them.. Bro I love this because the big owners are sweating just to balance their sheets to pay your idols of players… How would they make these money back, UEFA DONT CARE

    3. victor says:

      Then, when we lose a Serie A game, our players will be excused because they were tired.

  2. Red milano says:

    The ESL will come to fruition, ppl are are screaming greed but uefa with it ffp is total shit. So i support milan all d way.

  3. Leo says:

    always milan. I share napoli and roma fans pain when it comes to this superleague. but what Uefa did to milan when we were having an ownership crisis was the worst. and this is one reason why i respect milan. with all these problems we managed to stay in the top 10 in serie a. No excuses. no serie b. even though it was a scary situation when giampaolo was there.

  4. Juro says:

    Not sure why everyone is defending UEFA. They a,Ong with FIFA are two of the most corrupt organizations in the world. If private teams want to start their own league what is wrong with that?they are free to do so. FOFA threatening the players who play for those teams with national team bans is comical and shows how corrupt FIFA and UEFA are and how they work together for their own benefit. At the end of the day the fans will decide if the league will be successful or not. If the fans watch the games the league will flourish if not it won’t. The response by UEFA and FIFA is telling though and they wouldn’t have had such strong negative reaction if they didn’t think it would be successful. They can feel their cash cow the Champions League being threatened and of course want to keep the status quo…

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