PARIS: The European Super League (ESL) today said they would think of ways to reshape the group after the withdrawal of all six clubs from England.
“Given the current situation, we will consider the most appropriate measures to reshape the project,” the league said in a statement.
ESL was designed by the European football giants to ensure revenue from regular matches against each other without risk qualifies for its group of 15 founders.
Reactions to the plan are growing with politicians and football authorities threatening to take legal action against teams dubbed “a dozen dirty clubs” who are told they will face suspension from domestic and continental tournaments.
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Only Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, AC Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus are still involved in the project.
Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City have each announced they will not take part in the league.