Thebes has summoned the MEPs to a meeting tomorrow to “talk about the European football ecosystem and the sport model that we need in Europe in the face of the threat of the Super League” and A22, the company that promotes the new competition, has responded with a clinic in which several university professors, the MEP Antonius Manders and the former lawyer general of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) will take part and former Prime Minister of Belgium, Melchior Wathelet.
While the CJEU deliberates on the capital question that confronts the parties, whether UEFA enjoys a monopoly with the Champions League and therefore the new Super League can be created freely and without restrictions within the free market that is supposed to prevail in the territory of the European Union, follow the pulse between Ceferin and Tebas, his great ally, and Florentino Pérez, Laporta and Agnellithe presidents of Real Madrid, Barca and Juventus, the locomotive clubs of the Super League.
According to sources from the Super League, and although his clinic will be held on Friday, 24 hours after Tebas has set up with the MEPs, “It was A22 that first promoted the meeting in Brussels, and the proof is that a former General Counsel and former Prime Minister cannot be summoned from one day to the next (referring to the presence of Melchior Wathelet in his summons)”. In any case, Thebes has summoned the MEPs this Thursday, in a hotel located a five-minute walk from the European Parliament, and the intervention of the Polish MEP and former soccer player Tomasz Frankowsky, who already led the movement against the “breakthrough competitions” has been announced. . The closing of the session will be carried out by Javier Tebas himself.