The plan created Europe's top football clubs to create a breakaway super league seems to be falling apart less than 48 hours after it was launched. A group 12 the richest football teams Europe announced they would take part the European Super League (ESL) starting August. This created fury fans, players, managers, Premier League teams and even the British Prime Minister and Britain's Prince William. They all said the new league would destroy football. They said it was created greedy club owners. There has been so much anger that top clubs Chelsea and Manchester City are already preparing to withdraw the ESL due to a backlash fans.
Six England's richest teams agreed to participate the breakaway ESL, including Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal. Top teams Spain (including Barcelona) and Italy also signed . No teams from Germany and France are involved, making the ESL less European. Germany, teams are 51-per-cent owned fans, so fan power is bigger Germany than England. The UK government said it will take "whatever action is necessary," including legal options, to stop the ESL. Fourteen Premier League clubs said they would take legal action to expel the six English clubs the Premier League. Football's governing bodies FIFA and UEFA said players who played the ESL could be banned from the World Cup.