AC Milan are one of the 10 teams who are ready to relaunch the European Super League project and it is set to be announced today, a report claims.
According to Vozpópuli (via FourFourTwo), the ten teams who are ready to jump back on board are: Real Madrid, Manchester City, Manchester United, Juventus, Inter, AC Milan, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Liverpool and Chelsea. North London sides Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are the only absentees from the previous 12-team announcement.
The founders have this time decided that the Super League should be an open competition and while they are likely to meet plenty of opposition again, they clearly believe they are launching it on a firmer footing.
RMCSport meanwhile claim that UEFA are planning to ban all Super League clubs from their competitions, so we could be set for a whole new round of fallout if they do indeed go public again with the plans.