Real Madrid, Chelsea and Man City could be kicked out of Champions League

The trio are among the 12 founder clubs of the new European Super League

| sport

The creation of the European Super League could have an impact on the end of this season’s Champions League. FIFA and UEFA are not happy with the plans of the 12 clubs who are ‘founding’ members. Among them are three of the four Champions League semi-finalists: Chelsea, Man City and Real Madrid.

Jesper Moller, a member of the UEFA executive committee, told DR, as reported by Reuters, that Real Madrid, Chelsea and Man City could be excluded from the Champions League semi-finals.

“The clubs have to go and I expect this will happen on Wednesday,” said Moller. “Later we have to see how the Champions League finishes.” He is also the director of the Danish football federation.

It’s possible that Paris Saint Germain could be crowned winners as the only remaining non-breakaway team, or eliminated semi-finalists like Borussia Dortmund and Porto could return.

LATEST EPISODE of SIEMPRE POSITIVO, the best FC Barcelona podcast in English



Descarga gratis la app en tu móvil