The ‘Big Six’ Premier League clubs who signed up to failed European Super League are fined a total of £22m – and agree to each pay a £20m fine and lose 30 points if they try it again!
The Premier League’s ‘Big Six’ have been fined around £22million collectively for their roles in the failed European Super League, Sportsmail understands.
Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham, Liverpool and Arsenal were the teams who signed up to the ill-fated breakaway – and any repeats of the concept in the future will be met with a £25m fine and a hefty 30-point deduction.
It is also understood that the money will go towards grassroots football and the wider football community.
More to follow.
Manchester City and Chelsea are two of the clubs hit with fines for being in the Super League
Manchester United and Liverpool were both also heavily involved in the Super League’s launch