It has been described as a direct competitor to the UEFA Champions League.
The big European clubs have split apart and create a brand new league of their own.
In the middle of the night they went out in one Joint statement The rumor confirmed.
Twelve clubs from Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom are jointly planning the Premier League. These are Milan, Arsenal, Atletico Madrid, Chelsea, FC Barcelona, Internazionale Milan, Juventus, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur.
By bringing together the world’s biggest clubs and players to play against each other throughout the season, the Premier League will start a new chapter in European football, says Joel Glazer, co-owner of Manchester United, who will be the new vice-chairman of the league.
The statement added that other clubs will be added. Fifteen clubs will always have a place in the league and five more will be able to qualify there. According to the statement, the clubs will play in the new league in parallel with the matches in their domestic championships.
UEFA promises to fight it
But it remains to be seen whether it will become a reality. UEFA and FIFA both exited earlier on Sunday Permit Where they promised battle.
They call the initiative a “parody project” and pledge to fight it in every possible way. If the plans come true, they will ban the clubs from playing in their domestic championships. They write that the team’s players may also be banned from playing for their national teams.
At the same time, UEFA is thanking the clubs, in France and Germany, among others, that have refused to participate in the new league.
Borussia Dortmund wrote on their website that he will not participate, and the same applies to his German league rivals Bayern Munich.
United Icon: “This is a shame.”
Gary Neville, the Manchester United icon, was furious with the news when he spoke on Sky Sports earlier on Sunday.
– It’s a shame. Frankly, we have to regain strength from the top clubs in this country, including mine, he says ISky Sports.
He states that neither Manchester United nor Tottenham Hotspur are playing in the Champions League now – after which they will use their money to create their own league instead that they cannot leave.
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