Football clubs Inter, Manchester United and Atletico Madrid do not want to play in the Super League and will only compete in competitions under the authority of the European Football Union (UEFA).
“Germany, France, England, Italy and Spain (with the exception of Real Madrid and Barcelona) do not want the Super League. We are for the protection of national championships and the right to European competitions based on them,” Atlético Madrid said in a statement.
The European Court of Justice ruled today that the regulations of the UUFA and the International Football Federation (FIFA), which prohibit clubs from joining the Super League, are illegal.
“We remain fully committed to participating in UEFA competitions and cooperating with UEFA,” Manchester United said.
Inter Milan announced that the club “remains firmly anchored in the values of the European sports model and is committed to cooperation with other teams gathered under the umbrella of the European Club Association (ECA)”, Beta writes.