Chelsea and Manchester City have taken a bold step to withdraw from the Euro Super League on Tuesday evening. Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham followed shortly afterwards.
Nonetheless, Super League had said it will “reconsider” proposals.
The Super League fell apart as all six Premier League clubs withdrew from the competition in a chaotic 48 hours with Chelsea Fans protesting in front of Stamford Bridge, preventing both Chelsea and Brighton players from goin in.
Shortly after Manchester City publicly announced they are pulling out, other followed suit on Tuesday evening.
The Super League responded in the early hours of Wednesday morning, saying it would “reconsider” its plans, adding that the English clubs had been forced to withdraw due to the “pressure put on them”.