Earlier this year, Europe's biggest clubs came together to form the European Super League. Even though they've won the most titles over the past decade, that doesn't mean they're the most successful clubs in the history of the sport. Teams have obtained much more hardware than the ESL crowd has.
Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus are the only teams that remain who still holds a firm believe in the proposed European Super League. A lot of teams were involved in the proposed European Super League which included Manchester City, Manchester United, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Juventus, Arsenal and others.
In the world of football, the stakes are rising due to the amount of dollars injected into the game. In light of the rapid rise and fall of the European Super League (ESL), this graphic covers the top five football clubs by market value.On that note, here's a look at the five most expensively assembled teams in club football at the moment:
UEFA has dropped its legal proceedings against against Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus over proposed European Super League, declaring it "null and void". Here are 5 things you should know about the case; 1, UEFA was forced to drop the disciplinary process against Super League, under pressure from Spanish judge.
Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona stand out as the remaining three teams involved in the European Super League project led by Florentino Pérez, which suffered a near-fatal blow when nine of the original 12 clubs pulled out after fan backlash, but now there are more arguments. Dismantling the reformed idea of a European Super League.
The announcement of the European Super League (ESL) also referred as the Super League in 18th April 2021, received wide condemnation from Football Fans, FIFA and UEFA governing authorities, and the respective National football bodies. Source: extracted from Wikipedia The condemnation of the Super league comes from the fact that people perceive that the founding Clubs who are the Big Clubs in Europe, were doing so to have more control in football affairs and make more money, while undermining the very strongholds that makes the game more competitive and attractive to all football fans as well as neglect the very regulations that football authorities have implemented to make the game viable and safe.
2 Matches From Yesterday That Showed Why Football Needs The "European Super League" Which Many Are Against
As another round of European club football leagues are being played this weekend, there were two matches that were played yesterday, Saturday, 18th September 2021, in the Dutch Eredivisie and in the German Bundesliga that showed that the level of competition in some of the these leagues are terrible.
Following the European Super League saga, UEFA has ruled out the three clubs that are still persistent in the decision. Barcelona, Real Madrid And Juventus have been left out of the TV introduction of the new Champions League season. Recall that 12 teams originally announced in April that they would be breaking away from UEFA to form the new midweek competition.
Cristiano Ronaldo recently returned to Manchester United in a move worth £60 million in total. The return of one of the best players in the history of the club is expected to bring in a surge in revenue, and the process has already begun. AON were most recently the sponsors of United’s training ground, and their deal worth £180 million for eight years ended this summer.
The process which currently sees our beloved side ranking at the bottom of the Premier League with zero points after just three games, conceding nine goals and scoring none? The process that sees our beloved club breaking out of all European football for the first time in over 20 years?
UEFA has dropped legal action against the three remaining clubs (Juventus, Real Madrid and Barçelona), that are still committed to the proposed European Super League, declaring it "Null and Void". This could only mean that there is a clearer path towards the creation of the highly-questioned project and that UEFA does not have a strong case against them.
Joan Laporta gave Barçelona fans an impression that he tried his best to keep Leo Messi in the club, whereas he only used him to win the election and then dumped him, unfortunately the former Barçelona captain placed a lot of trust in him. Laporta admitting he could re-sign Messi but won't accept La Liga's new investment deal is stunning, he openly chose the possibility of an European Super League over the club's star player.
According to reports, the proceedings against the three teams that have refused to breakaway from the European Super League have been declared non and void by the UEFA body. Juventus, Real Madrid and Barcelona have refused to drop the interest of the European Super League after the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspurs, Liverpool Atlectico Madrid, AC Milan and Inter Milan dropped from the plan.
Stan Kroenke is still not well-liked by Arsenal fans. Following the controversial European Super League plans earlier this year, the American billionaire faced protests against his ownership of the club. And the vast majority of his fans continue to beg him to sell up and pass the torch to someone else.
Manchester United are close to appointing Richard Arnold as the club's new chief executive, succeeding Ed Woodward. Richard Arnold, the Old Trafford club's group managing director, could be named Ed Woodward's successor as soon as next month. Manchester United announced Woodward would resign down at the end of the year due to the European Super League (ESL) situation.
Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus are still committed to the European Super League against UEFA decision. UEFA will not continue any legal proceedings against the three clubs because it will affect the clubs at large. Earlier, Six Premier League teams also considered the innovation of the Super League Cup, but after warnings from UEFA pulled out of the plan and support, Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Juventus has continued in the support of the proposal.
The failed European Super League returned on Tuesday, just hours after the Spanish government officially opposed its possible creation. A leaked document showed that the creators of the Super League pressed a second time, despite the fact that the document itself contained no stamps or signatures. In the document, the sponsors of the Superliga assure that they do not intend to break with the current structure of soccer balls, but rather want to continue in the current ecosystem.
UEFA has ended its legal fight against Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid involvement in the proposed European Super League. The clubs were among the 12 founding members of the breakaway league, which later collapsed. The trio, who have refused to renounce the project, is being investigated for a potential violation of UEFA's Legal framework.
Barcelona, Real Madrid, and Juventus on Friday made a joint statement that a court in Madrid in a ruling has ordered with "immediate effect, UEFA's obligation to unwind the action taken against all European Super League founding clubs". "FC Barcelona, Juventus, and Real Madrid CF welcome today's court's decision to enforcing, with immediate effect UEFA's obligation to unwind the actions taken against all European Super League founding clubs, including terminating the disciplinary proceedings against the undersigning three clubs and removing the penalties and restrictions imposed on the remaining nine founding clubs for them to avoid UEFA's disciplinary action"
Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus say they will go ahead with plans for a European Super League, claiming to have successfully argued against any punishment by UEFA. A joint statement from the three clubs said on Friday that a court decision in Madrid means european football's governing body have an obligation to terminate disciplinary actions against them.