The Times: Revamped European Super League expected to launch as no team can formally withdraw

By Oliver Fisher -

The European Super League project is not dead, according to a report, and AC Milan are set to be part of a relaunched version.

Milan were a part of the Super League which was heavily criticised by the fans as soon as it was announced. And due to the loaded response, several clubs dropped out straight away but the Rossoneri weren’t one of them. They did, however, eventually withdraw their participtation.

According to The Times, the European Super League Company still exists and the project is still not dead yet. Not only that, but the six English clubs who withdrew – Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea – remain co-owners and shareholders of a holding company in Spain with clubs from LaLiga, Ligue 1 and Italy.

The belief, as per the report, is that the Super League will come back as a revamped model because there is no mechanism in place for any club that allows them to withdraw from the project completely.

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