UEFA president Aleksandar Ceferin has called upon Europe’s leading clubs to help ‘rebuild unity’ after their botched plans to create a European Super League.
Inter confirmed a short while ago that they had withdrawn from the Super League project, following a mass exodus of Premier League clubs last night.
Atletico Madrid have also announced their exit today while AC Milan are expected to do the same later.
“It is admirable to admit a mistake, and these clubs made a big mistake,” UEFA president Ceferin said, as quoted by BBC Sport.
“They are back in the fold now and have a lot to offer, not just to our competitions but the whole of the European game.
“It’s important now to move on, rebuild unity and move forward together.”
Inter were supposed to take part in the Super League with 11 other founding members, as per the clubs’ announcements on Sunday.
Along with AC Milan and Juventus, the project also involved Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.
Andrea Agnelli confirmed earlier that the Super League cannot progress as things stand, while insisting that he remained convinced of the ‘beauty’ of the project.
Inter must now focus on tonight’s Serie A match away to Spezia.