Four more UK teams announced on Tuesday that they were abandoning the project with the aim of creating a “European Super League”. The twelve largest clubs in England, Italy and Spain were in this project.
Earlier, Manchester City confirmed that they too were leaving the project. In addition to English clubs, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atlético de Madrid, Juventus, Inter Milan and Milan are part of a group of teams created by parallel contests and managed by the founding clubs.
After listening to all of you and the football community over the past few days, publishing the Arsenal profile, we are abandoning the Super League project. We made a mistake and we apologize for this.
“Liverpool FC confirmed that it no longer participated in the proposed plans to form the European Super League,” Liverpool wrote.
Announcing Tottenham’s official profile, we confirm that we have formally begun the process of separating the European Super League from the group developing the proposal.
“We will not participate in the European Super League,” Manchester United said.
At the time of publication, Chelsea has not announced any new positions. The London team has become the only project in the country that is still nominated to the project.