Chelsea, Man United, Juventus and other nine clubs may risk UEFA ban ahead of 2021/2022 Champions league season following their involvement as founding members of the controversial Super League competition.
Recall about 12 top teams in Europe has attempted a breakaway from the competiton to start Super League competition.
Similarly, Federation of International Football Administration, FIFA has also vowed to imposed sanctions on some erring players of the clubs who participated in the Super League formation.
While reacting to the new development in the history of football, UEFA said; “Every club and player participating in the Super League could be banned from all UEFA and FIFA competitions, European or International level”.
In case you want to know the names who spare head the controversial Super League competition, see below;
Chairman: Florentino Perez (Real Madrid)
Vice-chairman: Andrea Agnelli (Juventus)
Vice-chairman: Joel Glazer (Man United)
In an official statement, FIFA said, “FIFA can only express its DISAPPROVAL to a ‘closed European breakaway league’ outside of the international football structures and not respecting the aforementioned principles”.
A careful look at the both statement from UEFA and FIFA, it appears the two bodies are strongly against any attempt to breakaway. So, UEFA and FIFA are both against the Super League. However, whether the UEFA ban will hold or not remains a mystery.
According to report, a 60 billion Euro lawsuit has been instituted against some of these top clubs involved in the breakaway.