Manchester United chairman Ed Woodward has been labelled a snake by UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin after changing decision and accepted to join the European Super League.
A total of 12 clubs have already joined the proposal and will drop out the Champions League and Europa League managed by UEFA.
Speaking on the development, Ceferin revealed speaking to Ed Woodward and they both agreed on supporting the governing body and was satisfied with the reforms in place.
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“‘If I start with Ed Woodward, he called me last Thursday evening saying he’s very satisfied with and fully supports the reforms and the only thing he want to talk about was Financial Fair Play , when obviously he had already signed something else,” Said Ceferin as quoted by Metro.
The governing body has threatened to ban clubs as well as players who will participate in the competition including a ban from their national teams and World Cup.
“12 football clubs today jointly announced an agreement competition, the Super League. AC Milan, Arsenal , Atlético, Chelsea, Barcelona, Internazionale, Juventus, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Tottenham have all joined.
Three more clubs are expected to join as Founding Clubs before the inaugural season, which is expected to start as soon as possible. In the future, the Founding Clubs look forward to consulting with UEFA and FIFA in order to work together.” revealed Fabrizio Romano
Former Manchester United star Garry Neville slammed his former club for joining a competition that includes only a number of clubs.