European giants set to follow English example and announce Super League exit

Inter Milan are also reportedly set to pull out of the European Super League, after all six Premier League clubs confirmed their withdrawal.

Tuesday will go down as a defining day for English football, with protests outside Stamford Bridge resulting in news of Chelsea’s intent to leave the European Super League, which in turn led to it all crumbling down before the organisers’ eyes.

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While Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham are all OUT, as has been confirmed by the clubs, there does remain some of the 12 who have not officially addressed the situation publicly.

One of them is, at the time of writing, Inter Milan, but as per the BBC’s Simon Stone, they too will be announcing their withdrawal from the European Super League, in yet another blow to Florentino Perez.

The football world has heard our calls to save our beautiful game.

As difficult and concerning the past 72 hours have been at times, it’s quite brilliant to see everyone pulling together to prevent the destruction of the game we all adore.

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