Barcelona warned over Super League plans as La Liga capital declares transact would take 'ruin' to ...
Outgoing president Josep Bartomeu announced that the club has signed up to a breakaway plan.
La Liga cash Javier Tebas has called plans for a European Super League "weak and imaginary" and proclaimed it would bring mar to clubs.
Outgoing president Josep Maria Bartomeu used his final manipulate conference to proclaim that the Catalan giants keep signed up to the so-called European Premier League plan.
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The move, believed to be supported by Liverpool and , would see 16 or 18 teams compete in a re-imagined .
A €5billion funding combination expected to be put in place, with furthermore very likely to help the bring that has inclination been touted by president and European Club Association chair Andrea Agnelli.
They'll front resistance from UEFA and internal leagues though, with La Liga's president firing an immediate rebuke.
Tebas wrote on Twitter: "Unfortunate Josep Bartomeu report on his last day about Barcelona joining a ailing and chimerical chase which would be their ruin.
"It confirms his ignorance about the football industry.
"A blue closing for a president with successes and lately many mistakes."
Earlier on Tuesday Bartomeu revealed he had signed up to the scheme.
The departing president said: "I can announce some remarkably news.
"Yesterday (Monday) he board of directors approved the requirements to participate in a future European Super League, a think promoted by the big clubs in Europe which will guarantee the future financial sustainability of the club.
"We can say with pride that we are the principal valued bastinado in the world. We have achieved that ahead of clubs owned by States and billionaires, all while keeping the bludgeon in the hands of the members.
"And the European Super League guarantees the cudgel leave remain in the members' hands."