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real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus are now facing sanctions after a Madrid court lifted UEFA sanctions.

Madrid Barca and Juve are still working on a European Super League project that began last year, with three teams trying to break out of UEFA's Champions League.

Nine other clubs, including six in the Premier League, have announced their departure after the announcement.

UEFA has initially banned those involved, but has now withdrawn those plans by Judge Sofia Gil Garcia of the 17th Mercantile Court in Madrid.

"It is up to these disciplinary bodies and the independent arbitrators of the CAS to decide which sanctions can be imposed on the clubs," the court said in a statement in a French publication L'Equipe.

A UEFA spokesman said: "UEFA received the order of the Madrid court today and withdrew all precautionary measures.

"UEFA welcomes this decision and is considering its implications. UEFA will not comment further at this time."