Inter Milan have reiterated their stance on the future of European football following the groundbreaking Super League ruling.
This morning, the European Court of Justice ruled in favor of the European Super League organizers.
While the verdict didn’t explicitly condone the controversial project, it stated that UEFA and FIFA abused their powers by prohibiting the ESL and threatening its participants with sanctions. The court insisted that these acts are unlawful under European laws.
The Super League organizers are celebrating the legal victory, deeming it the end of UEFA’s monopoly over European football.
However, several clubs have now risen to the defense of UEFA and FIFA, pledging their allegiance to the two governing bodies.
Inter Milan Stand By UEFA & FIFA Following Landmark Super League Verdict
Inter Milan have joined the queue, expressing their continuous desire to work alongside UEFA, FIFA and the European Clubs Association (ECA).
“FC Internazionale Milano reiterates its position that European football’s future well-being can only be secured by clubs working together through the ECA, in partnership and collaboration with UEFA and FIFA,” reads the statement published by the club’s official website.
“As a Club, we remain committed to the values that underpin the European Sports Model and to working through the ECA alongside our fellow clubs to uphold those values.”
The Nerazzurri were among the twelve founding clubs that launched the Super League project in April 2021.
Nevertheless, the Serie A giants swiftly backed out along with eight others amidst major popular and political backlash.
Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus were the three remaining rebels that kept pushing for the Super League launching. Nevertheless, the Bianconeri have been gradually distancing themselves from the project following the departure of former club president Andrea Agnelli,