The Real-Chelsea semi-final not in danger
A time questioned after an interview with Aleksander Ceferin, the semi-final between Real Madrid and Chelsea should play out well. According to information from radio Cope, the Madrid club would not be penalized this season and should therefore play its two games against the Blues to try to reach the final of the Champions League.
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Gundogan calls for review of new Champions League
If the Super League made a splash, Ilkay Gundogan recalled that reform of the Champions League was not a good thing. In a message posted on social networks, the Manchester City midfielder, one of the twelve rebellious clubs, regretted the C1 format adopted this week by UEFA.
“With everything that is happening in the Super League … can we also talk about the new format of the Champions League? More and more games, plagued the 30-year-old German. Nobody thinks of us, the players? This new format of the Champions League is only a lesser evil compared to the Super League “, noted Ilkay Gündogan in a first message.
Rummenigge reaches out to Perez
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Bayern boss, calls for dialogue with Florentino Perez despite the Super League project defended by the president of Real Madrid.
“With Florentino Pérez, I have always had excellent relations so far. We must not forget that he is the president of the most famous club in the world, explained the Bavarian leader in an interview for the newspaper L ‘ Team. Aleksander Ceferin, the UEFA president, has just called for rebuilding a good relationship between all the clubs and moving forward. These are terms I fully share and in this chaos we must advocate wisdom. I just hope Florentino will hear it that way. “
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Juventus, Barça and Real Madrid. These are the last clubs still engaged in the Super League despite the announced death of the project. The last three giants of European football still dissenting must now face the consequences of their actions against UEFA. President of Barça, Joan Laporta recalled the importance of a change for the survival of clubs and sees the Super League as “a necessity”. As for Real Madrid, supporters have expressed their disapproval of this new competition on the outskirts of Santiago Bernabéu.