UEFA has decided to withdraw the sanction from the three teams that maintain the idea of the Superliga (Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Juventus de Turin) since the deadline for submitting allegations ends this Tuesday and the European body will not make any movement.
UEFA remains firm in its approach to flatly oppose the creation of the Super League and leaves the door open to possible sanctions due to the possibility of future movements in relation to the launch of the project or other similar ones.
The disciplinary proceedings open to Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus have been terminated after the decision adopted by UEFA, but it does not mean that they will admit any competition that could go against their member associations. At present, the aforementioned processes were suspended. UEFA respects all decisions made by the courts, although it does not mean that there may be any possibility that the Superliga will go ahead, according to its criteria.
Judge Ruiz de Lara conveyed to UEFA last week that in five days all sanctioning proceedings against the aforementioned teams should be annulled and this will happen. Next Friday all the parties are summoned in court to present allegations to the case opened after the complaint presented by the 17th court of Madrid.
UEFA’s official statement is as follows: “Following the suspension of the proceedings against FC Barcelona, ??Juventus FC and Real Madrid CF, in the matter related to a potential violation of the UEFA legal framework in relation to the so-called ‘Super League’, the UEFA Appellate Body has declared the process null today, as if the process had never been opened.”