Plans for a European Super League have been put on hold, but Real Madrid president Florentino Perez does not seem set to back down.
Following the collapse of European Super League plans, Man United part-owner Joel Glazer has apologised.
Former Chelsea boss Avram Grant says owners of top clubs have made a mistake by thinking football has similarities to the NBA.
Barcelona committed a Super League project that lasted only two days from its launch, but Ronald Koeman is not concerned.
Ramon Calderon told Stats Perform News that president Florentino Perez has seriously damaged his image at Real Madrid.
Juventus still see the benefits of a European Super League but acknowledge the planned tournament cannot now go ahead.
Andrea Agnelli still believes in the European Super League but accepted the project can no longer continue as further teams withdrew.
Atletico Madrid confirmed their withdrawal from the European Super League on Wednesday, a decision backed by Diego Simeone.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin called for unity as plans for a European Super League appeared to collapse.