Perez expressed dissatisfaction with the current state of televised football, asserting that fans are paying too much for low-quality matches. "It makes no sense to have to pay 10 percent of the minimum wage to have access to football; the Super League was designed to solve all these problems," he explained. "Currently, we are offering them an increasingly poor spectacle."

The Real Madrid president also criticized the upcoming changes to the Champions League format, slated to begin next season, dismissing it as an "absurd project." 

The new format abandons the current group stage, introducing four additional clubs for a total of 36, all competing in the same league.

As the football community awaits the European Court of Justice's ruling, Perez's unwavering support for the European Super League continues to fuel the debate surrounding the future direction of top-tier European football.