Bayern Munich And PSG Both Publicly Condemn The European Super League

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Bayern Munich And PSG Both Publicly Condemn The European Super League
Bayern Munich And PSG Both Publicly Condemn The European Super League

Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich have both publicly condemned a European Super League, slamming the proposals put forward by the continent’s leading clubs in the last 48 hours.

The so-called Big Six of the Premier League, as well as six teams from LaLiga and Serie A, have faced a furious backlash after the unveiling of proposals for a breakaway tournament on Sunday.

The plan has been roundly condemned by both the FA, the Premier League and national associations, while UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has warned players who take part could be banned from representing their countries in the World Cup and Euros.

PSG, who are in the Champions League semi-finals, said the breakaway is 'driven by self-interest' (president Nasser Al-Khelaifi is pictured)

Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich have both publicly condemned a Super League

Bayern Munich, the Champions League holders, said in a statement that 'our members and fans reject it' (Karl-Heinz Rummenigge is the CEO)
The two teams met in last season's Champions League final, which Bayern won in Lisbon (pictured) but PSG dunped them out of the tournament this season in the last eight

The two teams met in last season’s Champions League final, which Bayern won in Lisbon (pictured) but PSG dunped them out of the tournament this season in the last eight

 

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