Andrea Agnelli, president of the Italian club Juventus, has released new reports on the project Super League This was opposed by the European Football Association “UEFA”.
The three teams that have never withdrawn from the new championship are Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus, and they are now heavily involved in developing an updated plan to allay fan fears.
Agnelli, who was president of the European Club Association until the start of the Premier League, appeared at the Football Summit organized by the Financial Times in London.
The Italian player took the stage just hours after UEFA President Alexander Seferin and La Liga captain Javier Depos attacked the Premier League program.
“The Super League has not failed, in my opinion, European football reforms are needed.
He added: “The European Premier League is a joint venture of 12 teams, not just one, with 12 clubs signing the 120 – page contract, and it is still tied to 11 clubs.”
Agnelli did not mention Real Madrid, Barcelona and which club he belongs toJuventus Atletico Madrid, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea, Inter and Milan have all publicly supported the plan.
“Compromise is no longer an option, we need deeper reforms,” the Juventus leader stressed.
He continued: “Do I see Juventus playing in the Champions League five years later? I see Juventus playing in major European tournaments.”
After Debas said that Premier League clubs “lie more than Vladimir Putin”, Agnelli concluded: “I will not answer any question about Debas because his words speak for themselves.”
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