Spaniard Wozpopri announced that clubs that withdraw from the Super League may be fined 300 million euros.
Twelve founding clubs signed a contract on Saturday with a clause stipulating that those who leave the Premier League will pay 300 million euros. This amount is equal to the amount each club should receive from JP Morgan, a financial investor in the new competition.
So far, under tremendous pressure from the public and fans, Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham, Milan, Inter Milan and Atletico have left the Premier League.
Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus still remain in the new games. Real Madrid said the Super League is inevitable and they will not give up this project. Barcelona said this game is a redemption. They will not accept pressure and blackmail. Juventus knows that if there is no English, the Super League will be difficult. Clubs, but they also say that this is the future of football.