Super League project 'on stand-by', says Real Madrid chief Perez


April 22, 2021, 1:55 p.m.

The project exists, but half of them have left, tired of what they have heard over 24 hours, saying they don’t want to continue,” said Perez. We have been working on this for three years and fighting against the financial situation in Spanish football,” said Perez. Real Madrid president Florentino Perez Rodriguez arrives at the team’s hotel in Cardiff, south Wales, on June 2, 2017 ahead of the UEFA Champions League final football match between Juventus and Real Madrid in Cardiff on June 3. It was like nothing I’ve seen in my career, like we had killed football. They all signed a binding agreement but in the end because of the Premier League avalanche, they said ‘hey, we’re off’.”“UEFA “There was someone in the English group, who didn’t have much interest in the Super League,” said Perez. “I have never seen aggression like it, from the president of UEFA and some presidents of the national leagues. AFP PHOTO / JAVIER SORIANOReal Madrid president Florentino Perez insisted Wednesday that the European Super League was not doomed, but merely “on stand-by”. His note of defiance came despite all six English clubs as well as Inter Milan, AC Milan and Atletico Madrid turning their backs on the tournament, plans for which were only revealed on Sunday night.

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