Juventus, Inter and Milan insist they still want to play in Serie A despite joining the Super League.
UEFA had warned the clubs and players participating in the Super League would be banned from any other competition, including domestic competitions, the World Cup and the Euros.
The Lega Serie A held an emergency meeting today, and Juventus, Inter and Milan attended it.
The three clubs are among those that announced the Super League with a joint statement on Sunday night.
“The founding clubs will continue playing in all the respective domestic competitions and, until the actual launch of the Super League, Juventus is willing to participate in the European competitions to which it is eligible,” Juventus announced in their statement last night.
Along with Inter and Milan, the Old Lady confirmed their desire to continue playing in Serie A despite taking part in the Super League, according to Sky Sport Italia.
FIGC President Gabriele Gravina attended the UEFA Executive Committee in Montreux today and reiterated the Super League “damages European football.”