Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham joined Manchester City in pulling out from recommendations for an European Super League (ESL) on Tuesday as the questionable arrangement imploded in the midst of an irate backfire.
Chelsea are allegedly set to follow leaving only six sides: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, AC Milan, Inter Milan Juventus actually associated with the undertaking
Reaction to the plans has been scathing, with politicians and football authorities threatening to take legal action against the so-called “dirty dozen”, who were told they faced potential bans from domestic and continental competitions.
“Manchester United will not be participating in the European Super League,” the 20-time English champions said in a statement.
“We have listened carefully to the reaction from our fans, the UK government and other key stakeholders.
“We remain committed to working with others across the football community to come up with sustainable solutions to the long-term challenges facing the game.”
Joined likewise reported on Tuesday that leader bad habit executive Ed Woodward will leave his job before the year’s over.
The 20-group ESL was planned by the European monsters to ensure income from standard matches against each other without the danger of neglecting to fit the bill for 15 originator individuals.
Notwithstanding, the arrangement was wildly reprimanded by even their own players and supervisors for going about as a shut shop.
Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson posted his dissatisfaction with regards to the plans in the interest of the crew on Twitter.
In a statement, Liverpool said: “Liverpool Football Club can confirm that our involvement in proposed plans to form a European Super League has been discontinued
“In recent days, the club has received representations from various key stakeholders, both internally and externally, and we would like to thank them for their valuable contributions.”
Arsenal went further by apologising to supporters for misjudging the move to sign up to proposals.
“It was never our intention to cause such distress, however when the invitation to join the Super League came, while knowing there were no guarantees, we did not want to be left behind to ensure we protected Arsenal and its future,” the Gunners said in a statement.
“As a result of listening to you and the wider football community over recent days we are withdrawing from the proposed Super League. We made a mistake, and we apologise for it.”