Inter will not face punishment from UEFA over their involvement in the failed European Super League project, according to a leading Italian broadcaster today.
Sky Sport Italia confirmed that European football’s governing body were strongly irritated by the 12 clubs who attempted a shocking breakaway earlier this week.
However, UEFA are not thought to be considering sanctions for Inter and their Super League counterparts after their executive board met to discuss the matter today.
UEFA will consult legal advice before making any further decisions on the issue and are not expected to make any official comment for now.
Inter were one of nine clubs – along with AC Milan, Atletico Madrid and the Premier League’s six participants – to withdraw from the Super League on Wednesday, after the plans were met with widespread condemnation from fans, players, politicians and rival clubs.
The Nerazzurri seem safe from any punishment at the moment, which will come as a relief to owners Suning and club president Steven Zhang.