Former Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger thinks that the new idea for the Super European league will absolutely be the end of the Premier League and the clubs which will not be involved.
Arsene Wenger stated that the new European Super League will completely destroy the Premier League and put it out of business. This situation may become a reality given the fact if all the Premier League giants who may be involved in this league, agree to its formation.
I don’t believe that Europe is ready for that,” he told the Guardian. “The period is actually that the Premier League has a superiority. The project wanted to reinforce this superiority.
“The other leagues tried to destroy the advantage the Premier League has. For them, the best way to tame that is to create a European League. That means to destroy the Premier League basically.
“If they get the agreement from the English big clubs, then it will happen.”
Various reports suggest that a discussion had taken place for a new giant European Super League and former Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu who voluntarily resigned, had stated that his club had already accepted to be a part of such a competition, given that it takes place.
Reports suggest that Wall Street’s JP Morgan has put together a whole 6 billion package to form a league. This league would consist of the most elite clubs from all across Europe. This would completely put other leagues and teams that are not involved, out of business and will potentially be the direct rival to the UEFA Champions League.
The league would witness 20 teams and over 30 games amongst them for a full season. All premier league top teams such as Manchester United and City, the London Clubs, and Liverpool have said to been approached. However, it may not take place if all teams do not mutually come to an agreement.
This league would reduce the significance of the league’s in their respective countries along with the Champions League, which would simply make rich clubs, even more, richer while damaging the finances of clubs that are not involved.
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