Serious Madrid president Florentino Perez has claimed an English club that at first committed to sign up for the Super League “infected” other individuals involved in the job with their disinterest, eventually resulting in it to drop apart.
Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester Town, Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham all said in swift succession on Tuesday night that they would withdraw from the Super League amid backlash from lovers, sponsors and football associations.
Perez, who was set in cost of the Super League, declined to name the Premier League organisation that allegedly shattered his endeavour, but he reported they violated a binding arrangement to keep on being in the freshly formed division of elite European sides.
What has been reported?
“There was one club in the English team that did not have a lot desire and that could infect others,” Perez told El Larguero. “That club, which I am not heading to say their name, signed a binding arrangement. I am confident that if this venture does not come out, one more will appear out.
“I’m sad and let down. We’ve been functioning for decades on this, looking to see how to make things greater from a soccer and financial level of watch.
“The leagues are sacred. What we can improve is the midweek video games. The Champions League is out of date. It’s only appealing from the quarter-finals.”
Perez indicated he could go after legal repercussions against the Premier League clubs, nevertheless he has not offered certain particulars nonetheless as to what that could entail.
“The contracts were being binding,” he said. “With lawful contracts, you are not able to go away like this. The contacts belong to major people today, businessmen who know this world. The first matter we have agreed is to halt and start conveying this as we should really have finished.”