Inter Milan Rejects European Super League, Emphasizes Cooperation with ECA

Inter Milan has rejected the idea of the European Super League, stating that the progress of football can only be achieved through cooperation with the European Club Association (ECA) .

The European Super League was previously opposed by UEFA and FIFA, and the issue was taken to court, with the European Union court ruling against UEFA and FIFA. The Super League's organizers, A22, have announced a new format for the competition, which includes 64 men's teams and 32 women's teams, with promotion and relegation between the leagues.

However, Inter Milan has made it clear that they will not be joining the Super League, stating that the future of European football can only be guaranteed if clubs work together. Arsenal has also rejected the Super League, stating that they will continue to play in competitions under UEFA and work with other European clubs and the ECA.

Many other major clubs, including Manchester United, Bayern Munich, Manchester City, Paris Saint Germain, Borussia Dortmund, Chelsea, and Atletico Madrid, have also rejected the Super League.

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