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UEFA returns to pronounce on the Superliga of Madrid, Barça and Juventus

Published:31/05/2021 - 15:40h

Updated:31/05/2021 - 15:40h

UEFA has published a new statement regarding the announcement of a Madrid court about the competition promoted by Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus

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The Superliga continues bringing novelties and more movements by part of the UEFA, that convinced that they have to sanction to the three clubs that keep in the ship of the competition: Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Juventus. This Monday, have published a new communiqué in this regard.

The three clubs that are still in the Superliga have showed that they keep firm with his ideas and have left very clear that sustained his association to future tournament by the support of a sentence of the Court of Justice of Europe. The UEFA has not taken in reacting to this.

In a communiqué, have explained that "the UEFA takes note of the announcement of the Court of Justice of Europe, referred of a court of Madrid on the supposed Superliga European, to the margin of the exit of nine of the members founders (of the Superliga). The UEFA has confidence in his position and will defend it robustamente", prays the writing.

More conflicts

The organism is now in a dispute with a sentence that published in a Madrilenian court that gave the reason, of some way, to the Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Juventus of not being committing an illegal act with the foundation of the Superliga, something with what does not agree the UEFA.

And it is that the from the body retor bases in his internal statutes, that signal that any competition or tournament that was parallel and external to the Federative system of the UEFA, will be considered illegal and, thus, merecedora of a sanction, that is what looks for in this moment.

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