It became clear why Juventus Turin decided to refuse to participate in the Superleague project.
According to the Spanish edition LikeIn an explanatory letter to other project participants, the CEO of Italian club Maurizio Scanavino said that the Association of European Football Associations (UEFA) threatened to suspend the team from participating in competitions under its auspices for three years.
UEFA has described its actions as one of the possible penalties for financial fraud.
The sources in the Super League were shocked by such a move by UEFA and announced that they were ready to defend their rights on the legal plane.
Recall that after the release of Juventus, two participants remained in the Super League project – Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Earlier it was reported that London “Chelsea” midfielder and French national team Ngolo Kante. Maybe Go to Al-Ittihad.
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