Inter and AC Milan will be made to pay €4 million to UEFA in order to participate in next season’s Champions League after being among the twelve clubs involved in the Super League.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based Corriere della Sera, who report that the amount corresponds to 5% of total revenue for each club from the Champions League so far.
The fallout from the attempts by twelve European clubs to form a breakaway league in April is ongoing, with disciplinary proceedings being opened up by UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin.
Three clubs (Juventus, Real Madrid, and Barcelona) could be handed heavy sanctions for their involvement, accused of severe violation of UEFA’s legal framework.
The other nine, of which the Milan rivals are two, look set to avoid these punishments but be given fines.
Together, the nine clubs have pledged €15 million towards youth and grassroots football projects as part of their atonement for involvement in the project.
Additionally, both clubs will be made to pay UEFA €4 million in order to participate in next season’s edition of the Champions League, corresponding to 5% of their total revenue from the competition, having both qualified for the tournament through last season’s league finishes.