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September 24, 2023

Juventus To Leave Super League Project Due To Prospective Uefa Ban

Written By Jacobs Dunga

The Italian giants are ready to abandon the Super League project in order to escape a Uefa ban.

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Relevo released a report earlier on Tuesday that Juventus have informed both Barcelona and Real Madrid that they are leaving the Super League project.

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About twelve European heavyweights came together a few months ago to form the now ill fated Super League in order to create a more competitive and rewarding tournament for clubs.

The idea was met with divided opinions with some supporting the creation while some others clubs vehemently kicked against it.

Most of the clubs eventually withdrew their support for the factional league with only three clubs remaining in the quest to have the idea become reality.

FC Barcelona could be left alone with their rivals Real Madrid in that project as Spanish publication AS claim that the Bianconeri have been forced to pull out due to threats from Uefa to ban the Turin based club for five years should they continue to support the project.

The decision is said to have been born out of the plea deal agreed with FIGC in accepting a hefty fine and 10-point deduction for the alleged ‘Plusvalenza’ and ‘salary maneuverer’ investigations.

Juventus have reportedly made this decision in order to amend their broken relationship with Uefa chief, Aleksander Ceferin who has never hid his frustrations about the club.

The record Italian champions failed to make it to the Champions League qualifying spots and also face a ban from Uefa for the 2023/2024 season which could see them miss out on Europe entirely.


Argentine international and World Cup winner Angel Di Maria has confirmed in an Instagram post that he is leaving Juventus.

The 35 year old winger joined the club at the start of the season and has already closed his chapter in Turin after just one season.

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He released a statement where he described the experience as “difficult and complicated.”

“I have come to the end of a difficult and complicated period.”

“I leave safe in the knowledge I gave my all for the club to continue winning titles, but it was not possible. I leave with a bitter taste at not having succeeded, but with the joy of bringing with me many friends in this marvellous locker room that I was part of.”

“Thank you to all my teammates for the affection they showed me from the first day, I always felt at home. I salute all the Juventini for their daily affection.

“A big hug. I will carry you in my heart.”

The left footed winger scored four goals and recorded four assists in the league while adding four more goals in Europe.

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