Arsenal is not among the reported plans of the 2020 European Super League

Arsenal is not among the reported plans of the 2020 European Super League

Last updated: 02.11.18 22:24

Arsenal is not part of the plans for a breakaway European Super League in 2021 and remains committed to the Premier League. Sources within the club insisted on Sky Sports News.

German news magazine The mirror On Friday it was claimed that 16 top European clubs will sign a document establishing a European Super League in three years' time. The Gunners, along with four other leading Premier League clubs, are mentioned as people involved in talks.

Older sources in the Emirates, however, consider it important to be involved in discussions about the future direction of the game both domestically and in Europe. They do not know the proposals for the year 2021 and consider the Premier League as the best and most competitive league in the world.

Meanwhile, Manchester United and Liverpool have not commented on their mention as one of the UK clubs involved in discussions since 2016 Sky Sports News also tried to contact Chelsea.

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The leaders of United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool showed up at a meeting in London in 2016, reporting that they were discussing a European Super League.

However, this was later rejected and it was alleged that they spoke instead of the International Champions Cup, which takes place worldwide in the Premier League off-season.

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In a new round of "football leaks" on the eve of the weekend, The mirror They also reported significant grievances regarding FFP abuses against Manchester City and another top European club, as well as allegations against FIFA President Gianni Infantino.

Manchester City has described these reports as an "organized and unambiguous" attempt to damage their reputation, suspecting that they may have been hacked or documents stolen.

FIFA also issued a reply in which the board pointed out that documents may have been "illegally acquired".

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