BREAKING: European super league plans set to be announced

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  • Sky News published this video item, entitled “BREAKING: European super league plans set to be announced” – below is their description.

    Six English teams are expected to be part of plans for a breakaway European super league, with an announcement due tonight, Sky News understands.

    Among the English clubs involved are Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea.

    The project has been launched to rival UEFA’s Champions League format which currently dominates European football.

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