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The clubs committed to the Super League plans

Sun 18 April 2021 | 15:38

Based on reports from the New York Times, some European clubs like Juventus, Milan and Inter have decided to make a 'breakaway European club competition' and they will later release an announcement.

The teams included in the commitment are from Spain, Italy and England.

PSG, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund rejected the invitation to join.

"

At least 12 teams have either signed up as founding members or expressed interest in joining the breakaway group, including six prominent teams from England's Premier League, three from Spain and three from Italy, according to the people with knowledge of the plans,"

the report states.

Secret discussions were being had for a month now and an update can be released today to overshadow UEFA’s plan to confirm a new Champions League.

Premier League

clubs, including

Manchester United

,

City

,

Liverpool

,

Arsenal

,

Chelsea

and

Tottenham

, are committed to the Super League. Clubs in Spain are

Barcelona

,

Real Madrid

and

Atlético

and the Serie A clubs involved are

Milan

,

Inter

and

Juventus

.

16 clubs will permanently participate in the new competition and four clubs will be added as qualifiers from domestic matches. There will be two groups of 10 and the top four of each group will go to the knockout stages.

Based on reports from

Il Corriere dello Sport

 

DAZN is also trying to talk but the report has been denied.

"

Neither the Company nor Mr. Blavatnik are in any way involved or interested in entering into discussions related to the establishment of a Super League and no conversation in this direction has taken place,"

an official announcement reads.


source: SportMob