High pressure from fans and UEFA? British media report that Chelsea and Manchester City may withdraw from the European Super League
According to reports from the sports media in the United Kingdom, Chelsea and Manchester City officials, two of the football "giants" who were the initiators of the " European Super League " competition that aims to replace the Champions League.
The movement has met with strong protests from fans of all clubs, but also with threats from UEFA and the FA (English Football Association) to exclude teams and players from competitions, seems to have made some of the team leaders to think twice.
In the case of Manchester City, reports speak of the owner's protests against other founders whom he has accused of "haste" and "not thinking deeply about the consequences", while for Chelsea the departure seems safer, as BBC Sport reports. that the documentation is getting ready and the London Blues could have left the Super League within 24 hours.