Serie A and Laliga giants Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid have become the latest European sides to pull the plug on their commitments to the much-maligned Super League.
The Premier League’s Big Six – Manchester City, United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham – all withdrew from the European Super League late on Tuesday night leading to its suspension amid widespread revolt from fans after news emerged just 48 hours earlier that they were six of the 12 founding members.
And now both Inter Milan and Atletico have confirmed they have joined the Premier League’s Big Six in performing a U-turn.
The clubs yet to cut ties with the doomed Super League AC Milan, Juventus, Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Inter said in their statement on Wednesday morning that they will continue to work with the relevant authorities in the future in order to ‘continue to excite fans of all ages over the world’.
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Source: Complete Sports