Juventus, Manchester United say 12 European top clubs agreed to establish Super League

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    #Italy’s #Juventus Football Club and England’s Manchester United said on Sunday that 12 European top football clubs have agreed to establish a new mid-week competition, the #SuperLeague, governed by its founding clubs. FRANCE 24’s Seema Gupta tells us more.

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