Chelsea football club will be kicked out of this season’s Champions League according to an official
Real Madrid and Manchester City will also suffer the same fate for their roles in breakaway Super League
Danish Uefa member Jesper Moller stated that all involved teams will be sanctioned
Three elite clubs still in the Champions League may be kicked out of the competition as UEFA is set to punish them for their part over the breakaway Super League.
Same rules will likely apply to Arsenal and Manchester United in the Europa League according to Danish Uefa member Jesper Moller.
Moeller disclosed that Real Madrid, Manchester City and Chelsea will be expelled from the Champions League this week.
He said: “The clubs must go, and I expect that to happen on Friday.”
Although this news might not directly affect Barcelona, it shows that UEFA are serious in their intention to sanction the clubs involved in establishing the European Super League, with the Catalans being one of them.
For now, it’s unclear whether similar sanctions will follow in the domestic competitions. Barca have got eight more league games to play this term, and they still stand a chance to be crowned champions.
All 12 football clubs who announced their breakaway competition have all left their positions at the UEFA and the European Clubs Association (ECA).
The clubs consist of Atletico Madrid, Inter Milan, Manchester City, Liverpool, Real Madrid, Chelsea, Barcelona, Manchester United, Juventus, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and AC Milan.
And former Manchester United star Ander Herrera who now plays for Paris Saint-Germain has kicked against the proposals.
The Champions League is the biggest competition in Europe considering the level of competition it brings every season.
While making his comment on social media, Ander Herrera explained that forming the European Super League would be a disaster for football and those who are spending big.