Marcus Rashford joins Bruno Fernandes to go against European Super League project

Marcus Rashford joins Bruno Fernandes to go against European Super League project

Marcus Rashford is the latest Manchester United current player after Bruno Fernandes to go against the European Super League project.

Last weekend, Florentino Perez, Real Madrid president, announced the arrival of a European Super League that will be a direct threat to the Champions League and Europa League.

Perez named Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham, Arsenal, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Juventus, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona as the founding clubs of the ESL.

The project hasn’t gone down well at all to the majority of the fans, journalists, ex-players and managers and clubs around the world as the goal of the European Super League doesn’t reflect the true goal of football.

UEFA has announced that the 12 teams that are part of the Super League will not be part of next season’s Champions League, Europa League or any UEFA competitions and the players involved could be banned from representing their countries.

Also, Premier League, Serie A, La Liga and FIFA have all gone against the European Super League and warned the affected clubs that they would be banned from their domestic competitions.

Bruno Fernandes had earlier slammed the European Super League project via his Instagram handle and Marcus Rashford has done the same.

Marcus Rashford go against the European Super League project
Marcus Rashford go against the European Super League project

The Man United forward, who is one of the most influential persons in Europe, posted a photo on his Twitter handle and the words written in the photo are: “FOOTBALL IS NOTHING WITHOUT THE FANS.”

To stand beside the fans, is to go against the European Super League project and that is exactly what Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes have done.

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is expected to face the media on Friday ahead of United’s away game against Leeds United and he will be asked about the ongoing European Super League project.

The Man United boss is expected to go against it as well after the likes of Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola have gone against it.

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