The Big Six of English football including big Three from other top leagues in Europe have joined a new European Super League — scheduled to start ‘as soon as practicable’ — in a seismic move that has triggered war across the sport.
The decision threatens to split English football, with the Premier League on Sunday night indicating in a letter to clubs that it would not sanction any such competition — leaving Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham no choice but to back down or break away.
Meanwhile, a meeting has been scheduled to hold today among UEFA, FIFA, and some other football governing body before the final decision is taken.
With this, all the clubs that intends to join the league risk to be sanctioned and banned.
More details soon.