Only a day after having abandoned the idea of a European Super League, the English leaders are now working to reform the championship.
The pandemic precipitated the onset of the crisis within a large part of European clubs. Its repercussions were noticeable during the last transfer market and will be again this summer. In the grip of great financial difficulties, many formations only position themselves on loans or players free of any commitment. In the absence of supporters in the stadiums, this worrying situation is unlikely to improve.
Aware that solutions will have to be found quickly, Arsenal, Tottenham, Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea et Manchester United are said to be preparing a small revolution in the Premier League in order to succeed in attracting more funds in sponsorship contracts and television rights according to information from the Sun. The Big Six plans to reduce the number of clubs participating in the championship from 20 to 18 as well as to include the two big Scottish clubs; the Rangers and Celtic.
« Whether the Super League takes place or not, we all believe the Premier League needs to be changed and improved, entrusted a source close to this file to the English tabloid. It’s time we opened it up to Rangers and Celtic. It would make sense to everyone. »