Manchester City, Chelsea and Real Madrid, who made it to the semi-finals in the UEFA Champions League and were among the founders of the European Super League, could be expelled from the Champions League for the remainder of this season. UEFA has two scenarios in Cup 1. The first scenario is that Paris Saint-Germain is declared the champion, the other is the semi-finals of the eliminated teams.
Chelsea, one of the founding members of the European Super League, which was established with the joint declaration of 12 clubs, Manchester City and Real Madrid this season Champions LeagueHe succeeded in advancing to the semi-finals. The UEFA management will hold a meeting on Friday regarding the future of these teams, which are among the founding members of the European Super League.
THERE ARE TWO SCENARIOS
German Sport According to the newspaper BILD, there are two scenarios on the table. The first scenario is that Paris Saint-Germain is declared the champion, and the other scenario is that instead of the three European Super League teams in the semi-finals, Porto, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, which were eliminated by those teams in the quarter-finals, continue on the road by taking the semi-finals.
UEFA EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER GIVES SIGNAL
Jesper Moller, President of the Danish Football Association and UEFA Executive Board Member, told DR Sporten that he expects 12 European Super League clubs to be expelled from the Champions League at their meeting on Friday.
Source: Demirören News Agency