What will the Champions League and the European League look like if the European Super League is implemented

The Champions League and the European League would look completely different if the European Super League is implemented.

On Sunday night it was announced by 12 clubs that they are establishing the newest football competition, which would bring them a fat income.

Six big teams from the Premier League, three from La Liga and three from Serie A, have unanimously supported the idea of ​​establishing a European Super League.

All the clubs have even withdrawn their officials from the Association of European Clubs, focusing on the new competition.

Bayern Munich, Dortmund and Paris Saint-Germain are not yet willing to join the new race, but are expected to join later if the project is implemented.

The competition is set to be played in midweek alongside the domestic leagues and will mean such as Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Juventus, Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Barcelona would not compete in the Champions League or Europa League.

An influx of teams can be seen taking their places in the European competition. Passing current league positions, Leicester City, West Ham, Everton and Leeds United would represent England in the Champions League in the next term.

In the Europa League would be Aston Villa, Wolves and Crystal Palace.

Atalanta, Napoli, Lazio and Roma would be Italy’s participants in the Champions League, with Sassuolo, Verona, Sampdoria in the Europa League.

The absence of Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid in the Champions League would give Sevilla, Villarreal, Betis and Real Sociedad an opportunity in Europe’s best club competition and Granada, Levante and Celta Vigo in the secondary tournament. /Telegraph/


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