European football governing body, UEFA and league football bodies have moved to condemn the creation of a closed league system called European Super League.
Multiple reports in the media stated that the announcement was imminent today. UEFA and other league bodies have now moved to condemn it and also threaten clubs that participate.
According to reports, no German or French clubs accepted the proposal. Manchester City was also reported to have rejected the proposal in England while other “big 6” including Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham, Liverpool and Tottenham are involved.
UEFA in conjunction with UEFA, the English FA, RFEF, FIGC, the Premier League, LaLiga, Lega Serie A released a joint statement threatening the use of all available sanctions on the involved clubs if it goes ahead.
According to TimesSport, the Premier League Chief Executive sent a letter to PL clubs calling on big 6 to ‘walk way immediately before irreparable damage is done’, while the Premier League released an independent statement
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