Roma does not support the Super League. The Giallorosso have already made their position clear in recent weeks and this afternoon decided to react harshly to Joan Laporta’s statements. The Barcelona president, speaking at RAC1, mentioned the Italian team among possible interested parties in the new competition: “There is a favorable wave, it’s time to do it. Whether the English clubs come or not, I’m very sorry. Each club will earn 100 million euros for participation.. This is how it was intended. From Italy there are Inter, Milan, Naples and Rome..
The Giallorossi, on the other hand, confirmed their position. against Super League with a short and forceful statement: “As was publicly confirmed a few hours after the European Court of Justice’s decision in the Super League case, Roma confirms that it will not support in any way any projects related to the so-called Super League. “
RomeAt the same time, he wanted to clarify that he “never changed his position on this issue” and that “There were no useful dialogues that would have allowed for a different path to be taken from the clubs as a whole, through the ECA in close cooperation with UEFA and FIFA.”.
Feyenoord also joined in condemning Laporta’s words in a statement, in which he mentioned the Dutch as one of the teams involved. Feyenoord insists it has made no commitments and has never spoken to the people behind the possible Super League, as some foreign publications have suggested. Given what the club knows so far, it has doubts about whether this initiative is a good idea for most clubs and domestic leagues. “Through the ECA, the club will continue to think about the future, about improving European football and strengthening the position of Dutch football,” the club said in a statement.