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Florentino Perez discredits Al-Khelaïfi


Last Sunday, the Super League was created by twelve top level football clubs. PSG, including President Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, would have been invited to join this competition, has just seen the President of Madrid close the door.

Super League, PSG has never been invited

A rumor is circulating that the president of PSG has refused to join the Super League. His counterpart Jean-Michel Aulas from OL even congratulated him. For the Parisian leader and those of the majority of the bosses of French football clubs, this initiative is killing popular football. After explaining that the inter-self that he organizes aims to boost sport king in Europe, Florentino Perez came to deny the supposed invitation of the club of the capital to be part of this new organization.

Real Madrid president said on the show El Chiringuito : “For now, we have not invited PSG. We start with the twelve founding clubs. We think that PSG could join us, but I cannot come forward because we have not yet spoken about it nor with the two German clubs for that matter. We have twelve founding clubs and we can have fifteen ”.

While no German football club is currently a member of this Super League, no French club is on the membership list either. Only Spanish, Italian and English football teams are members of this new rival Uefa Champions League competition.

Which clubs are members of the Super League?

There are twelve member clubs of the Super League out of the 15 possible. For the English Premier League, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham. For Italy, only AC Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus Turin appear on this list of member clubs.

In Spain, we have Real Madrid, of which President Florentino Pérez is the big boss of the competition, FC Barcelona and Atletico Madrid. This competition, bringing together almost all of the most popular clubs in Europe, has the hidden objective of weakening the Champions League.

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