The European Super League was formed less than 48 hours ago and it seems like it could cease to exist almost immediately. At least that is what the latest reports say.
According to 'TalkSport', the 12 founding clubs (Man City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man Utd, Arsenal, Tottenham, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Inter, AC Milan and Juventus) will meet on Tuesday night to talk about dissolving the competition. Florentino Perez had said earlier in the day that PSG and Bayern would join the project in an interview with 'L'Equipe' before news broke of Man City leaving the ESL.
The meeting comes just hours after it was leaked that UEFA will offer clubs a total of seven billion euros through a investment fund.
At the moment, Man City have left the Super League while Chelsea are reportedly preparing documentation to leave the European Super League. 'COPE' says that Chelsea are unsure whether to stay in the competition while the 'BBC' reports that they are preparing documentation to leave the European Super League.
Clubs like Barcelona have decided to consult the issue with their 'socios' (club members) while Atletico Madrid, like Barcelona, are set to stay in the league for now.
It remains to be seen what decision the clubs make and whether the Super League was just a way of putting pressure on UEFA to get more money.
Man Utd chief executive Ed Woodward has resigned given all the fallout. There were also rumours that Juve president Andrea Agnelli had resigned as well, but Italian media outlets have denied that is the case.
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