Rome – The governments of Spain, Italy and the UK have not seen any plans for a Super League in European football. The twelve clubs involved include six from England, three from Italy and three from Spain, so they do not have to rely on any support in their country for their groundbreaking competition, with a total of twenty clubs starting this year Has to be.
“We are closely following the debate surrounding the project,” said Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi as a Roma supporter. “The government strongly supports the position of the Italian and European football authorities to protect the national leagues, values and social functioning of the game.”
In Spain, the Sports Minister held an emergency meeting with the presidents of the Spanish Football Association, La Liga and three clubs on Monday: Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Atlético Madrid. “We do not support the Super League,” the government later said. The cabinet said that the leaders of the three clubs are open to discuss the issue.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had earlier strongly condemned the plans of the Super League. “It goes to the heart of national football. The clubs involved should be accountable to their supporters and the entire football community before taking any action. The plans of the European Super League are very damaging and we support the football authorities in taking action.
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