AC Milan, Inter and Juventus would be the three Italian clubs involved if a potential European Super League were to take off, a report claims.
According to La Repubblica (via Football Italia), some of Europe’s top clubs are ready to put a detailed plan for a new elite competition to UEFA and FIFA, that could be launched from the 2022-23 campaign.
As per the paper, Inter, Juventus and Milan would be the only Serie A clubs included in the competition. There would be six English clubs (Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Spurs, Manchester City and Manchester United), three LaLiga clubs (Atletico Madrid, Barcelona and Real Madrid), two Bundesliga sides (Bayern and Borussia Dortmund) and PSG from France.
It would include a guaranteed income of €350m per season for the teams, which is obviously much higher than the current Champions League can offer.
The structure would be as follows: two groups of ten teams, with the top four of each group going through to play-offs, and the top five going into the Club World Cup.