Andrea Agnelli, Juventus' president: "The Super League project has not failed"

After a negative reception a few months ago, the European Super League project is back.

From the Football Summit, Andrea Agnelli, president of Juventus, has made it clear that the European Super League has returned: "The Super League project has not failed. European football urgently needs a change", said the ally to Florentino Pérez.

The man who presides over the Italian giants also wanted to clarify that it is not a project of only three teams: "The Superliga is a collective work of twelve clubs, not just one person. Twelve teams signed a 120-page contract. He is still linked to eleven of these clubs".

Earlier this day, the Telegraph announced that the Super League project has abandoned the idea of ​​having permanent members. According to the aforementioned media, the 6 clubs involved in the Premier League, Atlético de Madrid, Inter and AC Milan, must agree to this change before it becomes official.

The British outlet also ensures that these English clubs (Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham) have no plans to rejoin the project led by Florentino Pérez, at least as things stand. Subject to follow.

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