Haven’t moved on yet, three giant clubs are still looking for a European Super League title

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“A match is being drawn up. Is it worth the wait, is it another failure or more embarrassment?”

1NEWS – Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus are reportedly looking for loopholes to try to revive the European Super League, which sparked controversy in April 2021.

Led by high-ranking clubs such as Florentino Perez (Madrid), Joan Laporta (Barcelona), and Andrea Agnelli (Juventus), the three rich clubs who are falling into poverty have begun to draw up plans to reconstruct, or restart the idea of ​​the European Super League.

The three clubs devised a scenario not to attend the European Club Association (ECA) meeting in Geneva, early next week. They invited the Premier League “big six” teams, namely Manchester United, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool to join the boycott.

A report from The Sun states that when the European Super League club worked with a public relations firm, Flint, based in London and Brussels to flood social media with ideas that the European Super League was a good thing.

Flint’s presentation document states: “Pave the way to the Super League; strategies for reconstruction, restart and victory”. The document also says that the current system run by UEFA represents a “rough monopoly”. In contrast, the European Super League will be more egalitarian.

A list of potentially recruited advocates has also reportedly been compiled, despite the outrage sparked by the plan more than four months ago.

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The plan for the European Super League has indeed shocked world football, and UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin is no exception. The defected league provoked the anger of many groups of football supporters on the Blue Continent, especially in England.

As a result, Chelsea were the first to step down. The Blues’ steps were soon followed by other British counterparts. In fact, club officials such as John W Henry from Liverpool or Ed Woodward (MU) had to publicly apologize.

After a flood of criticism and the withdrawal of several clubs, the European Super League finally canceled kick-off this summer. However, Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus have never officially resigned.

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