A meeting between UEFA and the CEO of A22, the company representing the Super League project, ended in significant tension, and things are likely to go to the European Court of Justice.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the meeting did not end in a resolution, and that things will have to be mediated externally.

After having scrapped initial plans last April, the clubs representing the Super League project are returning, this time through representation by the company A22.

A22’s CEO Bernd Reichart had been expecting to meet with UEFA President Aleksandr Ceferin, but instead met with Ceferin along with a number of other major football figures, including Paris Saint-Germain President Nasser Al-Khelaifi.

The meeting saw UEFA and a number of other major fooball figures, including Atalanta President Antonio Percassi and Roma President Dan Friedkin, strongly dismiss any possibility of the Super League.

The sense was that there were no inroads made by Reichart on behalf of the Super League clubs, a group which includes, Inter, Juventus, and AC Milan, and that the matter will go to the European Court of Justice.