Chelsea no longer have to pay fine for Super League involvement as UEFA drop legal action

Chelsea no longer have to pay fine for Super League involvement as UEFA drop legal action

As per Sky Sports, UEFA have dropped any legal action against the clubs involved in the forming of the European Super League.

12 clubs were involved in the decision which would have seen them leave UEFA and form their own league with the best clubs in the world.

Chelsea and 8 other clubs, including all English teams involved, dropped out of the competition after major fan backlash.

However, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus are still part of the core committee and want this league to continue in the future.

Chelsea and the English clubs paid fines for their involvement in this plan. However, there won’t be any more further sanctions from UEFA with the legal action being dropped.

It would seem that now, finally, the whole Super League saga is behind the club.

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