Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus have ‘contacted more than 50 clubs’ in a bid to launch a new European club competition to replace the Champions League.
The European Super League backers are planning to create a 60-80-team tournament that would replace the Champions League, according to The Telegraph.
The project would include a multi-division competition of 60-80 teams with no permanent members and a minimum of 14 games per club, per season.
It’s a new push as Real, Barcelona, and Juventus continue to battle with UEFA, having seen the proposed European Super League collapse two years ago.
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