- European Super League may kickoff from next season in big development
- Clubs who finish in the top four will be allowed to participate in the competition
- Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are said to have rejected the proposals
There are plans for European Super League to come up from next season which means that the Champions League and the Europa League will look different if talks on this latest development go fruition.
For years, the Champions League has been the highest championship been competed for by clubs in Europe and the glamour the competition brings to football cannot be overemphasized.
Nations like England, Spain, France, Germany and Italy always have four representatives each in the Champions League every season.
The prestige of playing in the Champions League always make the fight for top four in all these countries very hard and competitive.
According to the report on Sportsbible, Premier League's big six as well as three sides from both Serie A and La Liga respectively are the founding clubs involved in the plans to have European Super League.
Manchester United, City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Juventus, Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Barcelona would not compete in the Champions League or Europa League.
Leicester City, West Ham, Everton and Leeds United would also be representing England in the Champions League next term.
And in the Europa League, it means that the likes of Wolves, Crystal Palace and Aston Villa will be representing England.
Meanwhile, Manchester City and Chelsea are the only Premier League sides left this season in the Champions League.
Pep Guardiola and his men will be facing the French champions while Chelsea will have two big ties against Spanish giants Real Madrid.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how the European football's governing body (UEFA) condemned plans for a breakaway from a number of Europe's elite clubs that would threaten to kill off the Champions League.
In a statement released on Sunday, April 19, UEFA declared that "enough is enough" amid reports of fresh proposals for a breakaway European Super League.
FIFA, Serie A, La Liga as well as the Premier League have all condemned a cabal cabal of European football's elite clubs.
It was gathered that the group includes five Premier league sides including Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham.