According to a report on Sunday, five British clubs have signed up for the European Super League withdrawal.
The Times reported that Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham have agreed to join the new league. Manchester City is the only unregistered member of “Big Six,” the newspaper said, citing sources with development knowledge.
Italy’s Serie A called the emergency board on Sunday to discuss newspaper reports that broadcaster DAZN was involved in a new plan to leave the European Super League, league sources told Reuters.
Convened by league president Paolo Dal Pino, the meeting took place on Monday in front of the Uefa Executive Committee. Champions LeagueIt is expected that it will be agreed to change the format from 2024.
Sources told Reuters that the league recently became aware of plans for a withdrawal project and the potential involvement of DAZN. Corriere dello Sport reported that DAZN, owned by Access Industries of billionaire Len Bravatnik, has been working on the formation of this 16-team league featuring top European clubs for some time.
The newspaper did not indicate the source of the report. DAZN couldn’t get any comments right away. Uefa declined to comment.
Five British clubs sign up for the European Super League, the report says | European club football
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