There are suggestions that North London outfit Arsenal will now have a better chance of playing in the Champions League in the coming years as Man United and Liverpool could quit the biggest European tournament.
It is reported that the Red Devils and the Merseyside outfit are part of the clubs in Europe who are pushing to have the European Premier league and it is feared that it will put an end to their participation in the Champions League.
Reports claim that the world football governing body, FIFA is backing the move for the proposed European Super League competition that will reshape the global pattern of the game.
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It is also understood that more than a dozen clubs in Spain, England, Germany, Italy, and France are founding members of the competition and it could start in 2022.
However, five clubs in the English Premier League are expected to be involved but the three other clubs are yet to be known as Man United and Liverpool have been confirmed.
This means that the fate of the Champions League is unknown but should the North London outfit refuse to join, it is believed that they stand a better chance in securing qualifications as two other top teams will be leaving.