Three Serie A clubs are ready to compete in the European Super League!
The selection of clubs to compete in the European Super League has begun. The tournament may start in 2022-23.
As you know, in the foreign media, a few weeks ago, information was spread about a new tournament, which will be called the European Super League. The leading clubs of the top five leagues will take part in it.
FIFA also supports the creation of the mentioned lottery. In order for all this to become a reality, it is necessary for this idea to receive about six billion in funding, so that it can be fully maintained and insured against any dangers over the years.
According to FOOTBALL-ITALIA, three Italian grandees – Juventus, Milan and Inter – have already agreed to participate in the tournament. It is known that Barcelona of Catalonia also wants to play in the European Super League.
It is also reported that according to the plan, the raffle should start at the beginning of the 2022-23 season. Most likely, Bayern and Dortmund will be represented from Germany. PSG from France and Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal from England. A total of 18 clubs have to be selected to play a total of 34 home and away matches per season, after which the top eight teams in the standings will continue to play in the playoffs.
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