Inter Milan has joined the “scared” of the six English clubs and has also “dropped” from the European Super League. According to sources from Suning, the Chinese group that owns the Milanese team, quoted by the Italian company Ansa, “the Super League project, in its current state (after the departure of the six English clubs) is no longer of interest to Inter.”
In this way, if the departure of the Neroazurro club is officially confirmed, the Super League would only have Real Madrid, Atlético, Barça, Juve and Milan as members. Despite this, the agency, through an official statement, has stressed this morning its desire to continue with the project, although introducing the modifications that are necessary to ensure its survival.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter might not be the last defection among the founders of the Superliga. Atlético could also be reconsidering its support for this new competition, while Barça, according to the aforementioned Italian media, has left the final decision in the hands of its partners, who must give their approval or not to the project in an assembly of delegates.