Italian Football Association President Gabriele Garvina (Gabriele Garvina) told Juventus that he will have to choose between the Super League and Serie A.
Juventus is one of the three remaining clubs in the Super League program. The Turin Club, Real Madrid and Barcelona have not announced that it is abandoning the competition with the UEFA Champions League. Nine clubs withdrew from the competition immediately after its establishment.
Under pressure from other Italian clubs, the Italian Football Federation decided to threaten Juventus by expelling the league.
“The rules are clear. If Juventus is still a member of the Super League at the start of next season, he will not be able to participate in Serie A. I regret for the fans, but these rules are rules and they apply to everyone.” One said.
At the end of April, Italy passed the “anti-Super League” rules, which prohibit the Italian first team from participating in non-UEFA-organized matches.
Gravina said: “When it comes to anti-Super League rules, the key is that those who want to participate in games that are not approved by UEFA and FIFA will lose their qualifications in the Italian Champions League.”