Inter and the other clubs involved in the attempt to establish a breakaway Super League in April will not be subject to legal action from UEFA, with the governing body having given up on proceedings to sanction the clubs.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, who report that the Nerazzurri will not have to pay the fine imposed by European football’s top governing body as all proceedings have been declared “null and void.”

The fallout from the attempt by twelve top European clubs to form a breakaway Super League in April had been ongoing, with the likes of Juventus, Barcelona, and Real Madrid still committed to the project and the other nine clubs including Inter thought to be subject to fines.

However, the proceedings against the three clubs still involved in the project have been abandoned, while the fines against the likes of Inter, AC Milan, Atletico Madrid, and six major English clubs will also not have to be paid, following an announcement by UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin.