The European Super League is set for a relaunch this week.
Last year, nine clubs – including all six English clubs – quit the League, with the Premier League sides receiving a fine as punishment.
The trio that remained were Spain’s two biggest clubs Real Madrid and Barcelona alongside Juventus.
Now, those clubs are set to announce the return of the league with new proposals that would no longer mean there were permanent members.
The Telegraph reports that Juventus president Andrea Agnelli is due to speak on Thursday where he will unveil the new plans.
Among the changes will be the introduction of a traditional domestic league qualification and the clubs behind it also say it will allow for the creation of new teams in countries such as Luxembourg as well as cities like Dublin.
UEFA and the Premier League believe the competition is ‘dead in the water’, but the three that remain believe a deal can still be done at some point.
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