The last five days have created a massive stir around the globe about the state of European football amid the drama created by the European Super League.
Teams entered and exited the reported competition before it could actually get off the ground due to the public backlash clubs faced globally.
Supporters are calling for resignations of key figures at some of the biggest clubs in the world, including Real Madrid, Manchester United and Liverpool, but the concept of the Super League apparently isn’t going away.
The Premier League, which has grown exponentially in its 27-year era in its current form, is proposing its own British Super League concept, according to reports in the United Kingdom.
Under that proposal, the biggest winners would be Scottish sides Celtic and Rangers, who would join the Premier League in a revamped proposal that would likely see England’s top flight go from 20 to 18 teams.