The Super League wants to sponsor 15 clubs where they will compete 20 times each season, regardless of performance and track record.
Criticism from fans was quick and furious, with protests taking place around the ground of the related clubs and the work taking place.
In a statement, and described as a “show of goodwill”, the six clubs have agreed to pay a total of $ 31 million that “will go for the good of the game, including new investments and support for its supporters, football and community programs. ”
Club members involved have also endorsed the new change “so that any similar action in the future” will lead to the removal of 30 coins. Each of the six clubs, at the event, will also receive an additional $ 35 million.
European Court of Justice
In early May, Real Madrid, Barça and Juve issued a statement declaring that despite “unacceptable and ongoing pressure on UEFA threats,” they intended to continue to do so. looking for a solution to what they call a “negative situation in football. a company.”
Later on Wednesday, UEFA appealed and said it had “decided to stay in this case until further notice.”
“UEFA has stated that the decision to suspend UEFA has been taken following the official decision of the Swiss authorities to reach UEFA on 2 June 2021 of the first court ruling received on 20 April 2021 by the building rules. the work of the European Super League Company SL is derived from the 17th Commercial Court of Madrid (“Court Rules”), “the governing body of European football said in a statement.
“In accordance with the Court Rules, the three clubs mentioned have sought to protect themselves from penalties related to the so-called ‘Super League’ action,” the UEFA statement added.
Super League representative Clifford Chance and lawyer Jean-Louis Dupont, “Bosman” court judge and “Meca-Medina judge”, and Belgian expert Martin Hissel, according to EFE.
Dupont is part of a legal team that represents Belgian player Jean-Marc Bosman, whose success at the club at the end of his contract with Standard Liege changed the face of the football market. Players are allowed to move and give away freebies after their business at the club is over.