Real Madrid Preparing Financially to Survive Numerous Seasons Without UEFA Champions League Football

Real Madrid Preparing Financially to Survive Numerous Seasons Without UEFA Champions League Football

  • Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona are still pushing ahead with plans to break away and form a European Super League
  • UEFA will soon be able to take action against teams the three teams still pushing for a breakaway Super League
  • Spanish giants Real Madrid are putting aside money in case they are banned from competing in Europe's richest club competition

Real Madrid are preparing for a possible future with the riches of the UEFA Champions League.

At face value it seems absurd to think that the reigning Champions League title-holders would not be a part of the competition, but it's a possibility that Los Blancos are preparing for.

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Real Madrid's President Florentino Pérez is ensuring that the club has enough finances to survive a few seasons with Champions League football. Image: Franck Fife
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As reported by Football Espana, Madrid are taking financial precautions in order to potentially survive various seasons without the financial benefit of being in the Champions League.

Why are Real Madrid worried about missing out on Champions League football?

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The La Liga champions are concerned that they may be expelled from playing in Europe's biggest club competition because of their support of the Super League. Madrid are still pushing for Europe's giants to break away from their respective leagues and join the super League.

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Which other teams support the Super League idea?

Originally 12 teams were spearheading the Super League, but many teams pulled out of the idea following backlash from fans and organisational bodies. Only Juventus, Barcelona and Real Madrid are still backing plans for the controversial breakaway league. Recently Bayern Munich President, Herbert Hainer, bashed the three clubs for sticking to their guns, Bavarian Football Works reported. Bayern were invited to join the league but flat out refused.

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A tribunal case is currently being held at the European Court of Justice, which will decide how much power UEFA will have to punish the clubs involved. As a result, Real Madrid have set aside approximately €780m should they need it.

Bayern Munich president lashes out at Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona over proposed Super League plans

Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer has criticized Barcelona and Real Madrid over their continuous push for the Super League, Sports Brief earlier reported.

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez, alongside his Barcelona counterpart, Juan Laporta, is still pushing for the kick-off of the Super League, which was squashed by UEFA.

According to SB Nation, Herbert Hainer has lashed out at the Spanish clubs for not considering their supporters before taking such a decision.

Source: Sports Brief News