Andrea Pirlo, technician of the Juventus Turin, considered that “something has to change at the European level”, although he promised to respect the current rules of the FIFA and UEFA.
“Without a doubt, something has to change at the European level. We are open to everyone and we respect the current rules,” said Pirlo, at the end of the Juventus-Parma, in statements to the Italian television “Sky Sport”.
The Juventus coach referred to the Super League launched last Sunday by Juventus and eleven other of the most prestigious clubs in Europe, with the president of the Turin team, Andrea Agnelli, who was to be vice president.
“(On Tuesday) he explained to us what was happening with the Super League, but our goal was still to qualify for the Champions League. Finish in the top four. It gave us peace of mind,” he said.