Barcelona president Joan Laporta names Inter Milan among the clubs that plan to participate in the European Super League.

In April 2021, twelve big European clubs launched the controversial project. However, nine of them swiftly drew back following a massive backlash, including the Nerazzurri.

Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus remained the last three rebels, prompting a major legal battle with UEFA and FIFA.

Nevertheless, the Turin-based giants have been drifting towards a different policy since the departure of former club president Andrea Agnelli, one of the founding fathers of the Super League notion.

Nevertheless, a recent ruling from the European Court of Justice breathed new life back into the plan,

Therefore, Barcelona and their allies are looking to pounce on their significant legal victory to draw more clubs to their banner.

Blaugrana president Laporta claims that at least four Serie A clubs are looking to join the Super League, including the two Milanese giants.

“The Super League could see the light next season or in the 2025-26 campaign,” said the patron in his interview with RAC1 via FcInterNews.

“I don’t care whether the English teams are there or not. They already have their own Super League in the shape of the Premier League.

“In addition to Barcelona and Real Madrid, there would be the Italians Inter, Milan, Napoli and Roma.

Barcelona President Joan Laporta Names Inter Milan Among The Clubs Looking To Participate In The Super League

“Then we have the French teams such as Olympique Marseille, the three Portuguese teams Sporting, Benfica and Porto, who would be very happy to join.

“Finally, we have the Dutch teams (Ajax, Feyenoord and PSV) and the Belgian duo of Club Brugge and Anderlecht.”

Laporta also envisions an adjustment period that precedes the entry of additional clubs.

“Very few clubs participated in the first European Cup in 1955. But then, it became the elite club competition in Europe.

“Therefore, I imagine the Super League to take a similar path.”