Bayern Deny Involvement In European Super League Talks

Bayern Deny Involvement In European Super League Talks

Another five clubs will be invited as "guests".

As well as the five Premier League clubs, the eleven founders include Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus, AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich.

Some Bayern supporters showed their displeasure at the speculation linking the club to a European super league with one banner stating: 'We stand for the Bundesliga - Super League without us'.

Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal were all named in the documents which were released by Football Leaks and published by German news magazine "Der Spiegel".

The 11 founder clubs will be guaranteed membership for 20 years, whilst there will also be a second league under the European Super League.

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"Der Spiegel" reported the most recent document was sent to Real Madrid on October 22, with a plan to finalise arrangements later this month. UEFA is not mentioned in the draft. Barca, Juve, Manchester City, PSG, Arsenal, Milan, Inter Milan, Roma and Marseille were not immediately available to comment.

Earlier, UEFA has chose to cancel the away goal rule in European competitions. No doubt that if this European Superleague did happen, we would see an ever increasing number of those games played in other countries, no matter what the fans of competing clubs would say. "The vote in favour of the reform agreed between UEFA and the ECA was unanimous".

Der Spiegel also claims that there are separate documents detailing how through the intervention of Federation Internationale de Football Association president, Gianni Infantino (then UEFA Secretary General), Manchester City and Paris St-Germain avoided financial fair play sanctions despite breaching the rules.

"I also believe that a few of Europe's large clubs are clearly working on it", Watzke said, though he noted that the plans are "not very concrete". "For as long as I carry responsibility around here, BVB will not leave the Bundesliga".

According to Der Spiegel, a consultant has already presented the plans to Real Madrid in October, noting that 16 of Europe's biggest clubs plan to sign a letter of intent later in November expressing their desire to participate in the tournament.

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