PSG and the former leader of Juve would have thought of a Super League

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Nasser Al-Khelaïfi would have thought about a closed league project according to the team. FRANCK FIFE / AFP

According to the team, the leaders of the Parisian and Italian clubs met to discuss a Super League project.

Nasser Al-khelaïfi and Andrea Agnelli would have met for the creation of a new competition in parallel to the Super League. According to theÉquipe, the two bosses would have discussed during the fall of 2020 on the creation of a Bohr project, a new European competition.

While the Parisian president categorically renounces joining the Super League created by Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Juventus, his ambition was to also create a closed league in order to bail out club coffers after the Covid period. This new project would therefore have brought together 24 teams divided into 4 hats and which would have had to play 32 matches during the first phase of this competition. From the round of 16, the oppositions would have been in a back-and-forth format.

With 413 matches in total, the revenue generated by the participating clubs would have been much greater. But with such a load of matches, the managers proposed a ready-made solution to avoid injuries: have their B teams play in the domestic championships depending on the team.



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