Inter are the only team from the original 12 clubs that attempted to launch Super League last year that are no longer involved in the new proposal, according to a report in the Spanish media.
As has been reported on Twitter by Spanish journalist Arancha Rodriguez, Andrea Agnelli was referring to Inter when he said that only 11 of the 12 original clubs are bonded by the 120-page contract that was signed by the clubs back in 2021.
It turns out that Inter are not contracted to the Super League project because they included a release clause that allowed them to leave the project if their sponsors did not want the plans to go ahead with Inter involved.
The Super League was first launched into the public sphere in early 2021 but the exclusive element of it made it extremely unpopular.
It has now been relaunched with a revised system that would stop it from being a closed shop.
Cómo hemos contado en @tjcope, el equipo que ya no está vinculado a la SuperLiga es el Inter. Ese es al que se refería Agnelli.
— Arancha Rodríguez (@AranchaMOBILE) March 3, 2022