Premier League, Football | UEFA drops sanctions against Premier League clubs

Premier League, Football |  UEFA drops sanctions against Premier League clubs

The planning of the planned Premier League does not seem to have consequences for the founders.

UEFA confirms in a press release They announced on Monday evening that they will not stand trial for Barcelona, ​​Juventus and Real Madrid as a result of their plans to start their own Europa League.

The three clubs did not officially withdraw from the planned project, as other teams did, and UEFA initially announced sanctions.

It has also been speculated whether clubs could be banned from the Champions League.

Earlier this year, UEFA decided to fine the other nine clubs, which were quick to withdraw from the project after football fans made it clear what they meant.

Clubs have been fined the equivalent of five per cent of the income from a single European Cup season.

The latest press release states that UEFA will not collect these fines at this time.

A court in Madrid has asked the European Court of Justice to rule on whether UEFA and FIFA abused their position in dealing with the planned Premier League.

In addition to Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​​​Juventus, Arsenal, AC Milan, Chelsea, Atletico Madrid, Inter, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham, they were intended for permanent positions in the Premier League, which will replace the giant UEFA championship. , Champions League.

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