European super league no longer feasible: Juventus chairman

 Juventus chairman and Super League vice director Andrea Agnelli has conceded that the opposition 'can not, at this point progress' with its endeavors of a breakaway, following the withdrawal of the six Premier League clubs. 

Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur made up portion of the 12 establishing Super League individuals, yet they have all since switched their choice in the midst of colossal fights in the United Kingdom. 

Their backtracking promptly cash question over the eventual fate of the Super League, and Agnelli - one of the lead heroes - has conceded to Reuters that the competition can 'not, at this point progress' without the about six English sides. 

Juventus are yet to offer any further remark since reporting their cooperation on Sunday night, while each of the six Premier League clubs have delivered articulations pulling out from the opposition - Arsenal in any event, venturing to apologize to their allies for making "a slip-up". 

Genuine Madrid president Florentino Perez, who was additionally heading up the Super League, is frantically battling to keep the opposition alive, yet Juve proprietor Agnelli presently appears to be surrendered to the way that the idea is dead in the water. 

Agnelli has since a long time ago pushed for a redo to the Champions League, accepting that the first class groups ought to be ensured a spot in the opposition consistently. The Super League would have seen Juve named as one of the 12 establishing individuals, which means they would not have to qualify and would be ensured programmed passage. 

Juventus' proprietor has recently hit out at the incorporation of Atalanta - who beat Juve on Sunday - in a year ago's Champions League, accepting that 'one incredible season' ought not procure them a spot in the European rivalry. 

"I have extraordinary regard for all that Atalanta are doing, yet without global history and gratitude to only one incredible season, they had direct access into the essential European club rivalry. Is that privilege or not?" Agnelli said at the FT Business of Football Summit in London in March 2020. 

"At that point I consider Roma, who contributed lately to keeping up Italy's positioning. They had one awful season and are out, with all the subsequent harm to them monetarily." 

This elitist and semi-private alliance caused mass fights in England, and the fans' fury caused a quick U-turn. The leftover Super League clubs have been more obstinate in deferring any takeoff, however AC Milan have authoritatively taken action accordingly and Inter are relied upon to go along with them.

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