Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus set to miss out on next seasons Champions league
Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona could be expelled from next seasons Champions league.
The 3 Giants have refused to leave the European super league and according to Spanish news paper COPE, UEFA will have them expelled from the next seasons Champions league if they don’t withdraw from the competition before the start of next season.
These clubs are among the 12 founding members of the European super league, the other teams have already exited the competition leaving only Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid as the only remaining clubs in the new competition.
The creation of the European super league created a huge protests by fans and players around the world.
This let to the exit of nine of the twelve clubs from the competition.
UEFA has also decided to fine all the twelve clubs that initially joined the competition.
Real Madrid president Florentina Perez is also the president of the new competition and has also stated that he will take the case to Court of Arbitration for Sports if any sanction comes their way or that of the involved clubs. The competition was said to kick start the next season. There are also reports that the three clubs could be expelled from their domestic competitions next season if they don’t exit the competition.
A sanction will mean Real Betis and Real Sociedad will replace Real Madrid and Barcelona in the champions league and Juventus who waited untill the last the day to seal their champions league qualification will be replaced by Napoli in next season’s Champions league.
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