Brussels-ALSHARQIYA June 16: The Madridist newspaper "AS" reported that the European Football Association has officially informed the Spanish clubs Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus of Italy that they will participate in the Champions League next season.
And “UEFA” had threatened to impose severe penalties on the third clubs after their insistence not to withdraw from the separatist European Premier League “Super League”, which did not see the light after the withdrawal of 9 clubs from it, namely Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Liverpool, Tottenham and Chelsea from England, and Milan. Inter Milan from Italy, Atletico Madrid from Spain.
And 12 major European clubs had agreed last May to launch the “Super League” tournament to compensate for their losses incurred due to the Corona virus pandemic, and in response to what it considers to be unfairness practiced on it by the European Football Association, as it deserves greater financial shares as a result of its participation in the Champions League. Europe soccer.
Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid clubs had relied on court rulings issued in Spain and Switzerland to protect them from any sanctions imposed by the European Union,
Because of these judicial rulings, UEFA announced a few days ago, the suspension of any procedures to impose sanctions against these "rogue clubs".
On May 25, the European Union opened an investigation against the three clubs, threatening to impose severe penalties on them against them for their adherence to the idea of the "Super League" project, which the European Union sees as directly threatening the most important European club championship.