BARCELONA, SPAIN - APRIL 17: FC Barcelona President Joan Laporta gives a press conference in response to recent allegations over payments made to referees by the club, at Spotify Camp Nou on April 17, 2023 in Barcelona, Spain. UEFA and Spanish authorities are investigating Barcelona over the payment of millions of euros to the company of Jose Maria Enriquez Negreira, the former vice-president of Spanish football's refereeing committee. If found guilty, UEFA's investigation could lead to a Champions League ban for the club. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)

According to the first man of the club from Catalonia, the list of secure participants includes Inter, Milan, Napoli, Roma, Olympique Marseille, Benfica, Porto, Sporting, Ajax, Feyenoord, PSV, Anderlecht, Bruges, and all the teams from Spain except Atletico Madrid, but… The first to speak out was Roma, denying the Barcelona president’s claims about their alleged joining of the new competition: “As publicly stated a few hours after the European Court of Justice’s decision on the Super League case, AS Roma reiterates that they do not.”

El primer hombre del club de Cataluña asegura que en la lista de participantes seguros se encuentran Inter, Milán, Nápoles, Roma, Olympique de Marsella, Benfica, Oporto, Sporting, Ajax, Feyenoord, PSV, Anderlecht, Brujas y todos los equipos de España excepto el Atlético de Madrid, pero… La primera en pronunciarse fue la Roma, desmintiendo las afirmaciones del presidente del Barcelona sobre su supuesta incorporación a la nueva competición: “Como se ha afirmado públicamente unas horas después de la decisión del Tribunal de Justicia de la Unión Europea sobre el caso de la Superliga, la AS Roma reitera que no lo hacen”.

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