Juventus ready to say goodbye to the SuperLeague

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Juventus ready to say goodbye to the SuperLeague
Juventus ready to say goodbye to the SuperLeague

Juventus sent an official letter to Barcelona and Real Madrid in which they communicated their intention to start a discussion on the possibility of exiting the SuperLeague project. The black and white club, during Andrea Agnelli's management, was one of the most active clubs in giving life to the idea that infuriated UEFA.

The doubts related to the possible exclusion from the European cups next season, by the highest continental football body, as a consequence of the troubles with the Italian sports justice, would have led Juve to evaluate a different position on the matter and to officially inform the two clubs still involved in the project.

The European Court of Justice from Luxembourg will have to decide on the accusation made by the three remaining clubs in the project against FIFA and Uefa for illegal monopoly. So far, the advocate general of the European Court of Justice Athanasios Rantos called upon to give a non-binding opinion on the matter has expressed a fairly strong opinion firmly in favor of UEFA and the European sporting model, but the definitive sentence is still missing.

An initiative anticipated today by the Spanish media and confirmed in the evening by Juventus itself, with an official note.

Below the Juventus press-release

Here is the Juventus press release: "With reference to the rumors that appeared in today's press, Juventus informs that it has sent a communication to the other two clubs which, like Juventus, have not exercised their withdrawal from the Super League Project (Football Club Barcelona and Real Madrid Club de Futbol) in order to start a period of discussion between the three clubs concerning the possible exit of Juventus from the Super League Project.

The Company will proceed with any communications required pursuant to the law following the outcome of the discussions and evaluations regarding the foregoing, specifying that many of the reconstructions reported by the press regarding the contents of the communication (including any reference to alleged threats of possible sanctions by UEFA) do not correspond to the truth.For more information on the Super League Project, please refer to the press releases disclosed by the Company on 19 April and 21 April 2021." In the next days should come more updates about the issue.


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