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Breakaway European Super League Players will not play in World Cup, Warns FIFA chief



Breakaway European Super League Players will not play in World Cup, Warns FIFA chief

The President of FIFA Gianni Infantino has been confirmed football biggest names will be banned for the World Cup if they play in breakaway European Super League.

FIFA Presidents Infantino, speaking to a small group of reporters at FIFA headquarters. said the governing body would punish players at clubs like Barcelona, Manchester City and Bayren Munich if they left soccer’s organized structure to form a privately owned league.

Those, who might be barred should such a league get off the ground could include the liked of Argentina’s Lionel Messi, Brazilian Jr. Neymar, France’s Kylin Mbappe and Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo.

You are either in or you are out, The head of the world cup soccer body told a group of international reporters on Wednesday.


If players who do not play organized football then that encompass everything[[ national leagues, confederation competitions, The Euros and the World Cup.

Real Madrid alleged to be working with consultant on a 16 team Super League to Kick off in 2021 effectively replacing the Champion League and outside the control to UEFA.

Infantino said , the Club World cup was his answer to any breakaway attempt, presenting it as a competition that would more revenues for the clubs but also benefits the soccer community. If clubs organize a breakaway Super League, who benefits? the Clubs.

Infantino also shared, a plans in May for new Global Nations League and revamped Club World Cup. He says backed by a solid and serious group of investor willing to spend $25 billion over a 12 year cycle starting in 2021.


Plans called for 11 clubs from England, Germany, Spain, Italy and France to get ownership stakes and risk free Super league membership for 20 years, with five more clubs form those countries invited to play.

United Kingdom Government is understood to Fully oppose any Premier League team proposals to join forces with Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus, PSG, AC Milan and Bayren Munich.

The breakaway from soccer’s historic, FIFA the six continental bodies and 211 national federations would allow FIFA to ban players form 2022 World Cup in Qatar.