Juventus and the two Spanish giants, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona are set to be banned from the UEFA Champions League this week following their plans to organise Super League.
According to La Repubblica, the three top European clubs will be facing UEFA disciplinary proceedings, over their persistence in kick-starting the European Super League.
Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus are the only three remaining clubs out of the 12 teams that initially agreed to form the new breakaway league.
The other nine pulled out of the competition and signed an apology letter to UEFA, pledged to donate £12.9m to grassroots football after the European football governing body revealed it will sanction any team that participate in the competition.
LaLiga president and UEFA Executive Committee member, Javier Tebas, on Tuesday said the three remaining teams need to be “scared” of the outcome of the disciplinary proceedings as he wouldn’t want to imagine a Champions League without.
In his words:
“The ones that have to be scared are Real Madrid and Barcelona.
“I don’t want to imagine a Champions [League] without them but it can happen.
“More than a sanction, UEFA may opt not to register Madrid and Barca in the Champions. I think they could be left out. They should be scared,” Tebas said.