All 20 Premier League clubs are set to vote against the proposal of the formation of a new European Super League, according to an exclusive from Ben Jacobs via the Daily Briefing.
This story hasn’t completely gone away since a first attempt at forming a Super League fell apart in just 48 hours back in April 2021, with the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham backing the project at the time before U-turning after huge backlash from fans.
All 20 English top flight teams have now agreed that they’re against the idea of the European Super League, despite some figures in the game clearly still being keen on trying to make it work.
Jacobs claims the opposition from Premier League clubs is now unlikely to change, so it remains to be seen if it can really go ahead without big names like Arsenal and Man Utd involved.
Crucially, prospective United investor Sir Jim Ratcliffe is also thought to be against the Super League.