20 clubs agree to participate in the European Super League

Anas Laghrari, General Secretary of the European Super League, announced that 20 clubs had agreed to participate in the new competition.

The European Court of Justice had approved the right of clubs to launch the European Super League without imposing sanctions on them from the European Football Association.

Although the majority of major clubs in England, Italy and Spain left and announced their rejection of the competition, Lagrari says the opposite.

“We spoke with about 50 clubs, 20 of whom are very enthusiastic about the new project,” Lagharari said in press statements.

He also added, “We have a sufficient number of clubs that enable us to start the competition.”

When asked about the identity of the approved clubs, he refused to reveal it and said, “I don’t want to mention it now.”

In general, only Real Madrid and Barcelona announced their interest in the new competition, and Napoli was the only club that said it was ready to talk about the project.

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