Spanish Football Federation decided for an odd move of creating a mini-tournament where four teams will fight for the Supercup.
This year will see the premiere of the reformed Supercup.
RFEF came up with an idea of a mid-season tournament where the top four Spanish teams will fight for the Spanish Supercup.
Not only that, but it will be played in Saudi Arabia.
In a clear attempt to monetize the club appeal in the middle east, the Spanish Federation knowns no boundaries.
Saudi Arabia will pay €40 million, with half of the amount going to the clubs.
The draw was made today, determining the semi-final pairings.
Valencia will face Real Madrid, while Barcelona and Atletico will collide in the other semi-final, reported first by Marca.
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The congested schedule for the biggest clubs just got worse. With so many matches, tiring players, it’s just a matter of time before the bubble bursts.