UEFA has dropped legal action against the three remaining clubs still committed to the failed European Super League project.
The three European heavyweight refused to back down on intentions to form the ESL, even after the other nine teams involved pulled out after public criticism over the plans.
UEFA has dropped legal action against the three teams still committed to the European Super League
UEFA would look to restart legal action if plans for a breakaway are reignited in the future
It is understood the six Premier League clubs involved in the furore also no longer need to pay UEFA fines which