- Florentino Perez has insisted that the Super League will not be intimated by clubs pulling out of the project
- Nine out of the 12 clubs that signed an agreement have pulled out with only three top European clubs remaining
- Perez believes the clubs involved can only make revenue from the Super League having experience massive loss due to the pandemic
Florentino Perez who is President of the European Super League has stated that their project is still on standby and that clubs that withdrew their interest are yet to officially leave. Mirror.
All the big six Premier League clubs have withdrawn from the project after pressure from fans and two out of the six remaining have also followed suit.
The remaining clubs left in the new league are Juventus, AC Milan, Barcelona and Real Madrid but Perez insists the project will go on as planned.
“Nobody has yet paid the penalisation fee for leaving the Super League. We are almost all still in this, they have not officially left yet.
“The Super League project is now on standby, I can confirm.
“If this project doesn't work then another one will."
Perez claimed that Los Blancos' income dropped by a double and could only recover through the massive midweek income coming from the Super League.
The 74-year-old claimed that plans had been ongoing in the last three years and that the super clubs can only make revenue from the project.
“It cannot be that in England the six lose money and 14 make money. In Spain the top three lose money and the others make money. It cannot continue – at the moment the rich are those who are losing money.”
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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.