Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel is confident that his team would make the “right choices” about their participation in the explosive European Super League breakaway.
The Blues were one of six Premier League clubs to sign up for the controversial new tournament, which would see teams miss out on the Champions League but not on their domestic competitions.
Thomas Tuchel responded to this by saying:
Tuchel told reporters, “I’ve known since yesterday (Sunday), but I’m here to compete in the toughest competitions in Europe.”
“As you know, I’m not one to shy away from controversial topics. I had hoped to discuss Manchester City and Brighton, but that isn’t the case.
It will be remembered that the World of Football went into a frenzy late on Sunday night when 12 clubs announced their participation as Founders in a new European Super League.
Chelsea, Man City, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester United have all expressed an interest from the English Premier League.
Barcelona, Real Madrid, and Atletico Madrid have all expressed interest in participating from the Spanish League.
Juventus, AC Milan, and Inter Milan have also joined the big teams to express their interest in the Super League from the Italian Seria A, bringing the total number of clubs in the League to 12, with more to be revealed later.
On Friday, the UCL Committee announced that these clubs would be permanently barred from the Champions League and other European Competitions.
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