Real Madrid president, Florentino Perez has continued to send strong messages to world football governing body, FIFA and European Football Association over their uncompromising stands on the Super League saga.
Florentino Perez, Real Madrid president who doubles as the chairman for the Super League statement reads in part;
Perez said, “If young people find football matches too long it may be because they are not interesting enough… or maybe we might have to make the football matches shorter”.
“If we can’t find an agreement with UEFA, we will NOT back down. If they want to wait for 2024 to make the reform, they can wait. We’re not waiting for anyone because we need the Super League”.
“If we can start the Super League in August, we would do it. We will do our best to start this year. We want to reach an agreement with UEFA and the other parties involved. We will talk with UEFA, FIFA and not only”.
“Why aren’t UEFA and La Liga salaries public? Why haven’t salaries been reduced like everyone else during the pandemic? We need more transparency. We know the salary of LeBron James but we don’t know the salary of the UEFA president”.
“The contract of the Super League is binding. Nobody can leave, we will work all together. All the clubs signed the contracts last Saturday, there’s no problem”.
There seems not be an end in sight over this Super League brouhaha… Share your opinion in the comment section.