Footbal/ Super League gains traction: Six clubs commit following European court ruling

In a significant development, six clubs have reportedly embraced the newly authorized Super League, a European competition set to take shape soon. Previously, many clubs faced potential repercussions from UEFA and initially joined the league, only to backtrack later.

English and Italian giants, in particular, had abandoned the Super League.

However, with a recent ruling from the European Court of Justice on Thursday, a clear path has now opened for all clubs.

The court has granted permission for the creation of the Super League, preventing UEFA from intervening or penalizing participating clubs.

The decision shifts power into the hands of clubs, granting them the freedom to choose whether to engage in the Super League.

According to Mundo Deportivo, developments are already underway, with reports suggesting that six clubs have committed to the new Super League format.

These clubs include PSV, Feyenoord, Benfica, Porto, Étoile Rouge, and Anderlecht.

Italian clubs are also rumored to be part of the initiative. Meanwhile, AS reports that both Olympique Lyonnais and Olympique de Marseille express interest in joining the Super League.

The French clubs see this new competition as a potential financial solution for their future, indicating a shifting landscape in European football.

Source: Infos-sport


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