Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea among clubs who could LEAVE Premier League and join ‘insane’ new world club league

ENGLAND'S biggest clubs could leave the Premier League and break off into a new European Super League.

Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City could all be approached by Fifa as part of an ambitious new project that will reshape football.


 Premier Leagues biggest clubs could break off into a Super League


Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has held talks with Fifa chief Gianni Infantino over holding two leagues featuring 40 of Europe’s wealthiest sides.

It would also mean there would be a promotion and relegation format that is designed to bring through huge amounts of revenue.

Encouraging the Premier League clubs will prove a challenge but they have been told their revenues will double.

The world’s biggest clubs from Spain, Italy, France and Germany will also be involved including the likes of Fenerbache.

It would also spell the end of the Champions League which already brings in huge amounts of cash for Uefa.

Infantino is keen to go ahead with plans because it raises the prospect of bringing in even more cash.

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