In a joint statement made by Europe’s leading clubs Juventus, Real Madrid and Barcelona after the decision, it was noted that the court decision in Madrid, which includes the termination of the disciplinary investigation opened by UEFA against the founding clubs of the European Super League, and the cancellation of penalties and restrictions, were welcomed.
In the statement, it was stated that the decision will also be evaluated by the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, which will deal with UEFA’s “monopoly” position on European football, and it was emphasized that all clubs have a duty to deal with the serious problems football is facing.
In the statement, which alleged that UEFA sees itself as the sole owner of European football, it was stated that the monopolistic approach harms football and competition.
Stating that they continue to trust the success of a project that complies with European Union laws, the three clubs stated that they will continue to develop the European Super League project in a constructive and collaborative manner with their stakeholders.
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