There are 4 teams that have not yet withdrawn from the European Super League, and they may be subject to a two-year ban from participating in the European Championships.
Atletico Madrid, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham had all reached an agreement with the European Football Association (UEFA) not to punish them.
A report by the American ESPN network stated that Inter Milan is also close to reaching an agreement, but Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus and Milan do not have the will to withdraw from the project.
And up to the sanctions, “UEFA” to impose severe financial sanctions, with the exclusion of a year or two from European competitions.
The four clubs may be accused of violating Article 51 of UEFA laws, which affirms that teams should not form alliances to stay away from European competitions.
This article states, “It is not permissible to form groups or alliances between clubs affiliated, directly or indirectly, to different member federations of (UEFA) without permission from the European Organization,” according to the American network report.
The four “rebellious” teams insist that they asked UEFA permission to create the competition and “recognize” it rather than leave the European organization, according to ESPN.
Moreover, the report stated that if UEFA initiates disciplinary action, it will violate a decree issued by the Madrid court.
The European Super League revealed – in a statement last month – that among the six founding clubs of the English Premier League (Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham) in addition to the two poles of Spain (Real Madrid and Barcelona), Inter Milan, Juventus and Milan from Italy, before you find The idea is widely opposed by the public and from UEFA.