In recent months, there has been a lot of debate and discussion about the potential formation of a European Super League, in which a select group of elite football clubs would compete against each other. The president of Barcelona, Joan Laporta, has been vocal in his support for such a league, stating that it could provide a new challenge for the participating teams and generate significant revenue. Laporta has indicated that teams such as Inter, Milan, Roma, Marseille, Benfica, Porto, Sporting, Ajax, Feyenoord, PSV, Brugge, and Anderlecht are among those who have expressed interest in joining the proposed Super League.
However, it is worth noting that all Spanish clubs except Atletico Madrid are reported to be involved. The news of this potential Super League has sparked immediate reactions from other clubs. For example, Roma swiftly denied any involvement in the private competition, stating that they have no association with the Super League.
This indicates that there is still uncertainty and differing perspectives among clubs regarding the formation of such a league.