According to reports, ten clubs will be making a new bid for the European Super League later today.
Unlike the closed-shop format that ended in such a flop last year, only ten teams appear to be behind this year’s revamped project, which also appears to have slightly different rules.
The Premier League is represented by Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, and Liverpool, but Arsenal and Tottenham have not been mentioned.
Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Atletico Madrid would also be present.
from La Liga and the Serie A trio of Juventus, Inter Milan, and AC Milan.
The new format appears to allow for some kind of promotion and relegation from the league, but the details are still unclear.
According to the latest reports, it is expected to be launched sometime today, and one can only assume that protests will be just as fierce as they were in 2013.