UEFA has rescinded its decision to have legal charges against the three remaining Uefa Super League clubs – Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Juventus.
The Big Six English Premier League clubs opted out of the new league to take over the Uefa Champions League after persistent criticism.
Project shipwrecked in a few days, but with controversial aftermath, that is continuing today. The president of the ESL, Florentino Perez has firmly stood behind the idea while Barcelona and Juventus give full backing.
Through an official statement, however, UEFA has announced that it has suspended the proceedings started on 25 May against the three aforementioned clubs.
Below is the press release.
“Following the opening of disciplinary proceedings against FC Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus FC for a potential violation of UEFA rules linked to the so-called ‘Superlega’ project, the UEFA Court of Appeal has decided to provisionally suspend the proceedings until a new order”