- Real Madrid players have supported the fight against the European Super League going ahead
- David Beckham spoke against the super league meant for only the richest clubs in Europe
- Los Blancos President Florentino Perez is the pioneer of the 12 super rich clubs in Europe
Real Madrid stars are the latest set of players to go against the proposed European Super League despite Florentino Perez being the head of the association, The Sun.
Los Blancos stars including Luka Modric, Lucas Vazquez, Marcelo and Alvaro Odriozola liked a tweet condemning the super league made by former player of the club David Beckham.
Perez and Juventus Andrea Agnelli have come under fire for initiating the money spinning project and singling out top clubs in Europe.
However, Real Madrid and Juventus are the only clubs left out of the 12 that formed the league as ten of the teams have also withdrawn from the concept.
Latest reports also has it that Agnelli who is vice-president of the Super League has thrown in the towel on the project being a reality.
Beckham who is former Real star and owns Major League Soccer Inter Milan is the latest to air his frank opinion on the matter.
"As a player and now as an owner I know that our sport is nothing without the fans. We need football to be for everyone.
"We need football to be fair and we need competitions based on merit. Unless we protect these values the game we love is in danger…
"This so called 'Super League' is anything but 'Super'.
"This greedy and callous move would spell disaster for our grassroots, for women’s football, and the wider football community only to serve self-interested owners, who stopped caring about their fans long ago, and complete disregard for sporting merit. Tragic."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Andrea Agnelli has publicly admitted that the proposed European Super League is over in a released statement.
The six Premier League teams involved have pulled out of the association and AC Milan, Inter Milan, Barcelona as well as Atletico Madrid are also planning to do the same.
The two clubs left in the Super League will be Real Madrid and Juventus who club chairmen are president and vice-president of the project.