Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister said that he’s trying to explore options to stop this league.
He said that he’s also trying to frame new laws to stop the big 6 clubs from participating in the league.
“He was clear that no action is off the table and the government is exploring every possibility, including legislative options, to ensure these proposals are stopped.” He said in a statement
Prime Minister Boris Johnson claims no action is off the table to stop the planned European Super League, saying the government was exploring all options including new laws.
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) April 20, 2021
His comments came as FIFA president Gianni Infantino warned the breakaway competition could face “consequences”, with the backlash building against the deeply divisive plans.
Twelve powerful clubs – six from England, and three each from Spain and Italy – have signed up for the Super League, which offers guaranteed spots for its founding members and billions of dollars in payments.