The Superlega project is still alive and well and none of the 12 founding clubs has yet filed it. The Spanish newspapers ‘El Confidencial’ and ‘Sport’ claim that the “founders have agreed to jointly and equally share the European Super League Company SL, a limited liability company that will own and manage the Superlega directly and through a series of affiliates “. The threats from UEFA and some governments, as well as the protests of the fans, had made Inter, Milan, Atletico Madrid, Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool back off, but all these clubs would have announced the his exit from the project only verbally. In fact, however, none of the clubs mentioned has really renounced their shares and therefore the company that should manage the Superlega is still owned by all 12 companies. In short, the agreement signed on April 17 (and deposited in the Court) has not been dissolved and remains in force for all purposes. With all 12 companies that, net of the notices of renunciation, would still be part of the project in all respects.