AC Milan would be in line to get a phone call if the idea of a European Super League did indeed come to fruition, a report claims.
Sky Sports reported yesterday that Liverpool and Manchester United are two of the clubs who are in talks about the possibility of forming a new mega-rich competition, one which would be backed by a huge €5billion (£4.6billion) financing package.
La Repubblica reported that there could be an official announcement regarding the plans as early as next month and that the number of teams that would take part is between 12 and 18.
There would be five English teams involved, namely Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and one between Tottenham and Arsenal.
Real Madrid, Barcelona, PSG, Bayern Munich and Juventus are also among the clubs certain to get a spot, but there is also news concerning Milan too.
According to reports from Calcio e Finanza (via MilanNews), the participants would be divided up by country, with the following composition most likely…
Italy: Milan, Inter, Juventus
Spain: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Sevilla
England: Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City
Portugal: Porto and Benfica