Sky News understands that six British teams will be participating in the European Super League withdrawal plan and will be announced tonight.
The UK clubs involved include Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea.
The project was launched to rival the UEFA Champions League format, which currently dominates European football.
Mark Kleinman, City Editor of Sky News, said:
“Others include Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid.”
Kleinman added: “The new league includes a tremendous amount of money to be passed to participating clubs. American bank JP Morgan is investing about $ 6 billion in this new project.
“And this happens after the finances of European clubs have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. This is where many of Europe’s largest clubs form the European Super League over the years. This is one of the reasons we decided it was the right time for / off discussions about such projects. “
European Super League Plans Announced-Sky News Understands Six English Teams Involved | UK News
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