Ahead of the upcoming UEFA Champions League clash between Bayern Munich and Barcelona, foreign media have stressed that the two La Liga giants have not officially withdrawn from the Super League.
Former Bundesliga champion Karl-Heinz Rummenigge told Diario AS that such a project would fail.
“The idea comes from the revenue from the Premier League. I have a good relationship with Real president Florentino Perez, who has always been critical of England’s decisions regarding billionaires, fundraisers and even the whole country in their football world. As a result, all of Europe suffered.
The only big driver is the UK, where net investment is bigger than ever. And this affects competition.
The Super League will not have much revenue growth, but it will have two consequences.
First, English, Spanish and Italian clubs will be compared. Deductions will also disappear, meaning unlimited access for the clubs mentioned above. None of these things can work in Europe because fans do not want it.
“You have to be careful not to do that in football with the intention of raising money unbelievably.” Explained.