Super League debate for Florentino Perez continues: we need to remind UEFA who Real Madrid is – archyde

Florentino Perez used a Real Madrid Members meeting to send a strong message to UEFA and beat them for attempting to destroy the Super League project.

the Real Madrid President reiterated that the clubs’ intention is to find a solution to a football that they believe is currently in decline and on the verge of collapse.

“The fruits of the pandemic’s reflection have led us to try to change the dynamics of football so that it does not die,” said Perez.

“The Super League is freedom, self-administration, financial fair play in the face of unacceptable aid, transparency, solidarity to create a new structure for football, respect for competitions despite the intoxication of information, respect for the fans …

“Young people are moving away from football. The format will be open to whatever football fans whose future is in jeopardy may ask. The clubs assume the costs and risks, not UEFA. ”

“The last trigger was UEFA’s Swiss model for the Champions League with more trivial games. It only made the situation worse.

“That is why the association of 12 European clubs was founded in Madrid. The ferocity of UEFA’s reaction has confirmed the need to regain our freedom. ”

“How is it possible that a UEFA president insulted a club like Juventus? Everything was against the Super League. ”

“Three of the 12 clubs did not give in to an unbreakable agreement. The three of us have 20 European cups. We have to remind UEFA who Real Madrid is.

Perez drove off to hail Real Madrid‘s new signings last summer and was full of praise for the team’s current squad as well as the coach Carlo Ancelotti.

“We brought in one of the best defenders in the world [David Alaba], [Eduardo] Camavinga, coveted by many of the best clubs in Europe and nominated for the Golden Boy, ”added Perez.

“Great players have joined players on loan such as [Gareth] Ballen, [Dani] Ceballos. Seven players from the current squad took part in the last European Championship.

“And four were in the Copa America. And three were with Spain at the Olympics. We have [Karim] Benzema and [Luka] Modric as a candidate for the Ballon d’Or and our goalkeeper [Thibaut Courtois] waiting for the trophy for the best goalkeeper.

“[Carlo] Ancelotti has earned everyone’s respect. Dear Carlo, welcome back to your home. He has won three Champions League titles, La Decima, all major [European] Leagues. “

Although LaLiga and CVC had reached an agreement for the fund to invest € 2.7 billion in Spain’s top league in exchange for 10 percent of the competition’s rights, Real Madrid turned down the offer and Perez explained the club’s rationale .

“It doesn’t make any sense and it’s very profitable for the rest of the clubs,” noted Perez.

“I never thought the press would tell me they would take our rights away since LaLiga is just a marketer by law. It is an operation full of serious irregularities and would have damaged our heritage.

“The fund is the same one that was tried in Germany and Italy, where they failed. They turned to several clubs in need. “


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