Big Six to be told to quit the Premier League by furious remaining 14 clubs

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The European Super League plans have been widely criticised (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham will be told to quit the Premier League by the furious remaining 14 clubs.

The ‘Big Six’s plans to join the European Super League have been widely condemned, with Leeds United players wearing t-shirts in protest during the warm-ups before their clash against Liverpool on Monday night.

Though the proposal would still allow the Big Six to play in the Premier League, they would have a huge financial advantage over the remaining 14 clubs and it remains to be seen how their participation in any European Super League could affect future domestic television deals.

The remaining 14 teams are understandably furious and the Sun claim they will decide in a meeting today to ask for the ‘Big Six’ to quit the Premier League should they join the European Super League.

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Leeds United players wore ‘earn it’ t-shirts in protest before their game against Liverpool (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

The meeting has been called between the 14 clubs excluded from the European Super League plans and they’re assessing their options in order to preserve the integrity of the Premier League.

A number of options remain on the table, with an expulsion considered the most serious.

It follows a threat from FIFA to block players that participate in the European Super League from playing in the World Cup.

Speaking to Monday Night Football, Crystal Palace owner Steve Parish said the plans would undercut the remaining Premier League clubs.

‘This is creating a gilded elite that will not be challenged,’ said Parish.

‘If you can imagine uniting every football fan, every chief executive, every politician, Boris Johnson, [France President Emmanuel] Macron… a whole group of people who couldn’t agree on anything suddenly coming out instantly condemning something. So, it feels like a busted flush.’

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