UEFA has reportedly decided to punish the Super League sides financially, while those who don’t leave the project will be sanctioned to a greater extent.
ESPN reported there could be ‘severe disciplinary action’ against the Super League clubs and Sky Sport Italia confirms the negotiations with the teams that walked away from the project.
Inter were the first of the Italians to bow out, but Sky Sport Italia reports Milan are also negotiating for a lower economic sanction.
The broadcaster claims non-economic sanctions are expected from the FIGC too, which will be announced by President Gabriele Gravina in the coming days.
Those teams who don’t leave the Super League should reportedly be punished with exclusion from the European competitions.
Sky Sport Italia reveals Juventus are in the most critical position at the moment, as UEFA could make an example of the teams still involved in the breakaway competition.