- Juventus and AC Milan are on the brink of being expelled from the Italian topflight division
- The FA have warned if both clubs do not withdraw their interests, they could be facing the wrath of the association
- Barcelona and Real Madrid are the clubs that are yet to pull the plug from the break out league
All six Premier League teams involved have withdrawn their interests after much pressure from UEFA, FIFA and fans.
But Italian champions Juve are still hanging on from breaking out along with AC Milan, Barcelona, and Real Madrid.
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Bianconeri owner Andrea Agnelli is vice-president of the Super League while Madrid's Florentino Perez is the president.
The Italian FA have now warned the two Serie A clubs that if they do not pull out from the break out league without getting approval from authorized bodies, there could huge consequences to that effect.
President Gabriele Gravina said:
"As for the anti-Super League rule, whoever is considering joining a competition which is not authorised by UEFA, FIFA and FIGC will lose their membership.
"Anyone who has interpreted the Super League as an act of simple weakness on the part of some companies experiencing economic difficulties, is wrong.
"At the moment we have no news of who stayed and who left the Super League. This rule will be included in the national licenses and then it will be embedded in the sports justice code.
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"If, by the deadline for applications for national championships, a team joins other championships of a private nature, they are out [of FIGC competitions]."
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.