UEFA considering two-year Champions League ban for clubs still involved in European Super League

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According to ESPN via Daily Mail, UEFA are planning to impose two-year Champions League bans for clubs still not backing down from European Super League proposals.

All six Premier League clubs that joined the European Super League including Spanish club Atletico Madrid are believed to have reached an agreement over lesser sanctions with UEFA.

Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus and AC Milan have refused to back down from the European Super League and UEFA are now considering to ban them from the Champions League for two years.

Despite the threat from UEFA, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus and AC Milan are not willing to back down because they believe their position is strong enough to avoid disciplinary action.

UEFA are keen to pressure as many clubs as possible into turning their back on the project and believe the European Super League project would become dead if at least nine clubs out of the 12 pull out.

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