Andrea Agnelli announced the Super League can no longer progress after the withdraw of the six Premier League clubs, and the pressure is now mounting over Juventus’ President.
The six Premier League clubs pulled out of the Super League last night and were followed by Inter and Milan, leaving the three La Liga giants and Juventus alone.
The Super League has released a statement 48 hours after its initial announcement, declaring they will “reconsider the most appropriate steps to reshape the project.”
Andrea Agnelli released interviews with Il Corriere dello Sport and La Repubblica, insisting FIFA and UEFA are not facing any economic risks and suggesting he is firmly at the helm of Juventus.
The pressure is mounting over the Old Lady’s Chairman, who is still serving as the Super League vice president. Manchester United’s Ed Woodward was covering the same role but resigned as Manchester United’s executive vice-chairman yesterday.
According to reports in England, Agnelli is considering resigning, but Juventus deny Agnelli has stepped down.
There have been plenty of reactions from players, fans and clubs over the last few hours, but today will be another day full of news and updates.
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