- The Big Six Premier League sides have come under fire for joining the European Super League
- Premier League clubs have vowed to have them punished if they fail to quit the ESL this summer
- Uefa have also released a statement to remove the four English club remaining in the UCL and UEL competitions
Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United , Arsenal and Liverpool have been told by other Premier League sides to leave the Super League, The Sun.
Four of the English teams in the Champions League and the Europa League could also be removed from the respective competitions despite entering its semi final stages.
A meeting was recently held by 14 other Premier League clubs shortly after the proposed Super League was announced and knowing the Big Six had joined the association.
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The supposed gathering concluded that the six English clubs should all leave the league at the end of the season.
Disciplinary charges were also being discussed as any of the teams who fail to comply with decision of quitting ESL will not be granted permission to join the £4.6billion scheme.
Such clubs can also be expelled from the English topflight division if three-quarter of the 20 Premier League clubs vote against them.
Aston Villa, Crystal Palace and Leeds United owners have also spoken against the Super League claiming it kill dreams of players and fans as well as creating a gap between the elite and the poor clubs.
Uefa are looking wielding the axe against the four English side remaining in the elite competition as soon as Friday, April 21, 2021.
Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, AC Milan, Juventus and Inter Milan are the other six teams who have joined the ESL, four more clubs are expected to add up to the numbers in the coming days.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Bruno Fernandes is the first Man United player to speak against the proposed European Super League, Sport Bible.
Six Premier League club including United, Man City, Tottenham, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea have joined the list of elite clubs in the competition.
Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona are the La Liga teams involved as well as Juventus, Inter Milan and AC Milan complete the 12.
Four more team from top sides in Europe are expected to join and matches will be played during midweek.