The domino effect of the European Super League seems to be starting to appear. As is known, UEFA as the European Football Federation strongly opposes the idea of the Super League pioneered by 12 big European clubs consisting of Chelsea, Real Madrid, Manchester City, Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Juventus, Barcelona, and Atletico Madrid.
Three of the clubs mentioned above are still playing in the Champions League competition, which is a competition from UEFA. Chelsea and Real Madrid will face each other in the semifinals while Manchester City will face PSG.
Reported by the Independent, because Chelsea, City and Madrid have decided to join the Super League, there is a possibility that a third will be dropped from the Champions League.
“The three clubs will be expelled soon, and I hope it will happen this Friday. Then we just think about the next steps to continue this competition (Champions League),” said Jesper Moller who is a member of the UEFA Executive Committee.
Of the four clubs that will compete, only PSG will not participate in the European Super League. It is not yet certain whether they will give the trophy to PSG if indeed the other clubs are expelled.
Apart from the Champions League, the same is true in the Europa League. MU and Arsenal are Super League clubs that still play in the Europa League. But it is not certain whether they will also be excluded from the Europa League.