The owner of Paris Saint-Germain, Nasser Kelaifi, has been elected president of the European Football Club (ECA).
Kelefi said: “It is an honor for the members of the executive committee to vote for me. The leadership, integrity and cohesion of our organization are more important than the critical moments of European football.”
After Juventus President Andrea Agnelli resigned after 11 other clubs announced the establishment of the Super League, a new president must be elected to lead ECA. Al-Khelaifi joined the governing body of the European Football Association (UEFA) and succeeded Agnelli as the ECA representative on Tuesday.
The European Premier League’s creation plan will be composed of 20 teams. It has been announced from Sunday to Monday. There are 6 English clubs and 3 Italian and Spanish clubs among the founders, but the plan is being received by FIFA and UEFA. Widespread opposition. As a result, most clubs have stepped back, and only FC Barcelona and Real Madrid are still official members of the Premier League until Wednesday.