UEFA is set to expel Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus from UEFA Champions League
UEFA is about to expel three of the biggest clubs in Europe from UEFA Champions League due to their involvement in the European Super League.
I think you guys are well aware about the scandal which happened in April last month. Florentino Perez introduced the idea of European Super League to breakaway from the UCL.
After getting a huge pressure from the fans, all the big six PL clubs were forced to resign from the idea.
Despite getting a warning from UEFA, Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona denied to resign from the Super League.
The European football governing body will throw out the trio and give a big fine punishment.
According to the reports, Spain and Italy wouldn’t lose their places in Europe’s top club competition next season. However, the players below the trio would take their spots.
For example, Spanish clubs Real Sociedad and Real Betis will take the spots of Los Blancos and Barcelona from September.
The other nine teams will just be fined a percentage of the money from their next European campaigns. All the big six PL clubs included are expected to be given a similar punishment.