Juventus Old Lady on the verge of getting kicked out of the Serie A if still involved in Super League-federation head

The head of the Italian Football Federation has threatened Juventus to walk out of the ESL.

Juventus have been warned they face expulsion from Serie A if they do not back down on their engagement in the breakaway European Super League (ESL), the head of the Italian Football Federation has threatened Juventus.

Premier League prominent six clubs of Manchester United, Manchester City, Tottenham, Liverpool, Chelsea, and Arsenal, along with AC Milan, Inter Milan, and Atletico Madrid, all reversed from the breakaway European Super League by recognizing the fans demonstration across Europe along with UEFA sanctions. Juventus are one of only three clubs, along with Barcelona and Real Madrid, who remain committed to the controversial proposal.

The Turin giants are committed with Real Madrid and Barcelona to form ESL but 36-time Serie A champions Juventus are coming under increasing pressure to withdraw.

“The rules are clear. If Juventus is still part of the Super League when it enters next season, it can’t participate in Serie A,” Gravina

“I would be sorry for the fans but rules are rules and they apply to everyone.”

He added: “I hope this holdout ends soon.”

“The founding clubs have suffered, and continue to suffer, unacceptable third-party pressures, threats, and offenses to abandon the project and therefore desist from their right and duty to provide solutions to the football ecosystem via concrete proposals and constructive dialogue,” the statement read.

“This is intolerable under the rule of law and Tribunals have already ruled in favor of the Super League proposal, ordering FIFA and UEFA to, either directly or through their affiliated bodies, refrain from taking any action which may hinder this initiative in any way while court proceedings are pending.”

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