UEFA want to deprive Liverpool of Champions League titles for Super League involvement

Liverpool are one of several European clubs planning to launch a new ‘Super League’, which could replace the Champions League.

In a statement on the Reds website last night, the reigning Premier League champions confirmed their participation in the proposed breakaway tournament, alongside Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus.

Bundesliga reporter Chris Williams took to Twitter this morning to reveal that he has made contact with UEFA and that they are crawling with plans and want to strip the clubs involved of their Champions League titles and in the Europa League.

Take a look at the tweet below.

With six titles, Liverpool are one of the most decorated Champions League clubs of all time

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As one of the main founding clubs, Liverpool could be in line for a cash infusion of around £ 305million if they do indeed join the ‘super league’ for the pencil start date of 2023 , as the Times reports.

Hopefully – and what follows is entirely speculation – all of this is just some scary elite tactic to revive football’s governing bodies, as the idea of ​​a new separatist tournament leaves a bitter taste in their mouths and people. threats reported by UEFA are worrying.

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