New Report Further Details Why PSG Currently Opposes the Proposed European Super League

For the moment, Paris Saint-Germain is not among the founding clubs for the new proposed European Super League. PSG joins the likes of Bayern Munich in being among the most notable sides not with the 12 clubs that have signed off to create this yearly closed competition.

As further detailed by Le Parisien, PSG “firmly” is against the proposed European Super League for the time being. PSG has been resistant not to join the league, although the likes of Juventus chairman and now-former European Club Association Chairman Andrea Agnelli made several attempts as of late to sway the French powerhouse to change its stance on this matter.

PSG sees the concept of a European Super League as “contrary to the values of fairness and universalism of sport.” The reigning Ligue 1 champions remain firm in seeking to win the UEFA Champions League competition.

A report from Der Spiegel added that PSG could still have the option to change its mind on this call as European Super League officials have provided the club a 14-day deadline to issue its final decision.

For the moment, PSG remains set on finishing out this season’s Champions League competition.

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