Lazio will take part in a meeting with the 16 other Serie A teams today who are not part of the new Super League.

According to a report from Italian media outlet GianlucaDiMarzio.com earlier today, a meeting has been scheduled this afternoon for 17 of the 20 Serie A clubs regarding the new Super League, which includes Juventus, AC Milan and Inter.


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The trio have been excluded from the meeting after announcing that they’ve signed an agreement to become founding members of the Super League.

In the meantime, Juventus have announced their departure from the European Clubs Association (ECA), with club president Andrea Agnelli resigning as the president of the organisation, as well as resigning from UEFA’s executive board.


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Inter president Steven Zhang has followed suit, also resigning from UEFA’s executive board.

Lazio president Claudio Lotito has previously expressed his clear opposition to the idea of a Super League, and it’s likely that his position hasn’t changed since his prior comments.