- Clubs who showed interest in the European Super League could be banned in future
- This is according to the statement made by UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin
- The likes of Chelsea and Real Madrid wanted the championship
Premier League side Chelsea and their Champions League semifinal opponents Real Madrid could face possible sanctions in the future in the competition due to their involvement in the European Super League.
The news of the possible commencement of the European Super League stunned football fans in the world as it would definitely affect the Champions League.
Champions League competition is one of the best championships that has massive audience and being watched arguably every where in the world.
Chelsea were said to be one of the Premier League teams who confirmed their interest in participating in the European Super League even though they later withdrew.
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According to the report on Marca, Aleksander Ceferin who is the head of UEFA expressed his displeasure towards all the clubs who wanted to play the Super League.
The Slovenian lawyer explained that there could be consequences in the future for all the teams who wanted the European Super League.
"The key is that this season has already started, so broadcasters would come at us for damages if we don't play the semi-finals.
"So, there's a relatively small possibility that this match isn't played next week. But things could be a little different in the future."
Meanwhile, Chelsea will hope to continue with their fine form this season in the Champions League when they face Real Madrid who sent Liverpool out of the competition.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Zinedine Zidane confirmed Eden Is inching closer to making his return from injury, with the winger desperate to be fit enough ahead of a possible reunion with Chelsea in the Champions League.
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Hazard sealed a stunning dream move to Real in the summer of 2019 but has failed to live up to his billing after a string of injuries that have hampered his progress.
The Belgian's first season with the Los Blancos was marked with an ankle injury which required surgery a little over a year ago.
This season has not been any kind to him as he has suffered a number of injuries that have restricted him to just 14 appearances in all competitions.