Main instigator of the European Super League, Real Madrid risks being expelled from the Champions League in the event of a second coup attempt. The merengue club anticipates this possibility.
Between Real Madrid and the Champions League, the love story is very beautiful. Since the defending champion is the most successful club in the history of the competition with 14 wins. Present in all eras, from the 1950s to the 2020s through the historic successes of Zidane, the Spanish club is the best representative of the C1. But that may soon be history, as Real could be kicked out of the Champions League by UEFA within the next few years. In any case, the Merengue are preparing for this defeat. All because of the Super League. As one of the main promoters of the mini-championship bringing together several major European clubs, Real knows that its future in C1 will be decided by the beginning of 2023. Date on which the Court of Justice of the European Union must rule in the trial between UEFA and the Super League, which took place in recent months in Luxembourg. If the body that manages European football has won its case, one of the consequences would be the power of Aleksander Ceferin, the president of UEFA, to exclude the main players from this Super League, including Real.
Real planned the coup
⚪️💰 El Real Madrid will be provided economically if UEFA kicks them out of the Superligahttps://t.co/3V9dW1supl
— Mundo Deportivo (@mundodeportivo) September 21, 2022
To avoid being caught off guard, Madrid have planned for it by putting €780m aside for the coming years. Indeed, according to information from Vozpópuli, Real stocked up economically to be able to face one or more seasons without the income from the lucrative Champions League. The idea would therefore be to have the reins solid enough not to dive despite this radical decision, and to prepare for the future serenely with the establishment of the Super League. Despite everything, Real intends to double the value of its club before 2025 to exceed the bar of one billion euros in turnover. For this, the new Santiago Bernabeu stadium will be the main lever with the… Super League? If ever Real were expelled from the Champions League by UEFA, the Spanish club could then push again to launch this famous European competition for good with a few rival clubs, such as Barça or Juventus.