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The planned Premier League collapses: English "Big Six" clubs officially withdraw

The planned Premier League collapses: English “Big Six” clubs officially withdraw

Actors want to “rethink” plans

The plans of twelve of Europe’s best clubs have been shattered in the Premier League, at least for now. On Wednesday evening, the English teams officially announced their withdrawal from the project, and the project makers now want to “rethink” the project. This came from a message reported by the US news agency “The Associated Press,” among other things.

“In the current circumstances, we will rethink the most appropriate steps to redesign the project, keeping in mind our goal always to give fans the best possible experience while increasing solidarity payments to the entire football community,” the statement reads.

These 12 big clubs have planned the new Premier League

Milan – Team value: 508.8 million €

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FC Arsenal – Squad value: 549.1 million €

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Inter Milan – Team value: 618.3 million €

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Juventus Turin – Cadwert: 678.1 million €

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Tottenham Hotspur-Qadirit: 680.8 million €

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Manchester United-Kadrort: 717.95 million €

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Real Madrid-Kadrort: 745.5 million. €

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Atletico Madrid – Cadwert: 748 million. €

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FC Chelsea – Kaderwert: 779.8 million €

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Barcelona – Cadroert: 823 million. €

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Liverpool FC – team value: € 1.01 billion

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Manchester City – team value: € 1.03 billion

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Prior to this, the ranks of the insurgents dwindled, mainly in the form of the so-called “Big 6” in English, causing the number of participants to decrease. As the first initiators, Manchester City canceled their participation on Tuesday evening. This was followed by five other English founders – Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea. In Spain, according to media reports, FC Barcelona and Atletico Madrid want to take this step.

Premier League trouble: Arsenal apologizes – Chelsea fans protested

“We made a mistake and we apologize for it,” read a tweet from Arsenal Football Club. Chelsea FC wrote: “After we joined the group late last week, we now have the time to delve deeper into the matter and decided that continuing to be involved in these plans is not in the best interest of the club, our fans and wider football. On Tuesday, fans protested at the stadium where the Blues tied 0-0. From Brighton that evening.

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Twelve European clubs announced the formation of the multi-billion dollar Premier League on Monday evening. This will be in direct competition with the UEFA Champions League. No German league team has joined the Premier League, and French series champion Paris Saint-Germain has refused to participate.

The project was to be funded by a large US bank. In England, home to half of the constituent clubs, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has threatened heavy penalties. It was announced in the “Sun” newspaper that the “absurd” billion-dollar project had been presented a red card. Sports Minister Oliver Dowden has introduced radical ideas in Parliament to prevent Big Six, England’s major clubs, from participating. Even Prince William – the president of the National Federation – participated.

UEFA attacked Premier League participants – and threatened exclusion from CL and EM

The national federations and many other clubs also harshly criticized the plans. UEFA around its president, Alexander Ceferin, fiercely attacked the initiators of the Premier League and threatened heavy penalties. Clubs should be excluded from the Champions League, as their national players have been threatened with suspensions for the European Championships this summer.

Viewers of the Premier League had to do without these players

44 André Silva – Eintracht Frankfurt – Market Value: 42 Million Euros

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44 Marcel Sabitzer – Leipzig – Market value: 42 million Euros

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44 Fabian Ruiz – Naples – market value: € 44 million

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36 Ciro Immobile – Lazio – Marktwert: € 45 million

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36 Wilfried Zaha – Crystal Palace – Market value: € 45 million

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36 Memphis Depay-Lyon – Market Value: 45 Million. €

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36 Lucas Hernandez – Bayern Munich – Market Value: € 45 Million

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36 Dominic Calvert Lewin – Everton – Market value: € 45 million

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36 Nicoló Zaniolo – Rome – Marktwert: € 45 million

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36 Florian Wirts-Leverkusen – market value: € 45 million

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35 Piotr Zelensky – Naples – market value: € 46 million

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34- Lorenzo Insigne – Naples – Marktwert: 48 million euros

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26 Diego Carlos – FC Sevilla – Market Value: 50 Million Euros

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26 Calido Coulibaly – Naples – Marketort: ​​50 million. €

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26 Luis Alberto – Lazio – Marketort: ​​50 million euros

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26 Wilfred Ndidi – Leicester – market value: € 50m

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26 Pau Torres – Villarreal – market value: € 50 million

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26 Robin Neves – Wolverhampton – Market value: € 50m

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26 Houssam Al Aouar – Lyon – Marketort: ​​50 million. €

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26 Victor Osimin – Naples – market value: € 50 million

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23 David Alaba – Bayern Munich – market value: 55 million euros

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23 Mauro Icardi – Paris Saint-Germain – Marketort: ​​€ 55 million

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23 Yuri Tillmans – Leicester – market value: € 55 million

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14- Robert Lewandowski – Bayern Munich – Market Value: € 60 million

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14 – Marco Verratti – Paris Saint-Germain – Marktwert: 60 million euros

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14- Jack Grealish – Aston Villa – Market Value: € 60 million

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14- James Madison – Leicester – Market Value: € 60 million

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14 Dayot Upamecano – RB Leipzig – market value: € 60 million

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14 Declan Rice – West Ham – market value: € 60 million

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14 Jules Koundé – Sevilla FC – market value: € 60 million

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14 Eduardo Camavinga-Rennes – market value: € 60 million

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13 Kingsley Coman – Bayern Munich – Market Value: 65 Million Euros

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7- Leon Goretzka – Bayern Munich – Market value: 70 million euros

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7- Serge Gnabry – Bayern Munich – Market Value: € 70 million

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7 Marquinhos – PSG – market value: € 70 million

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7- Leroy Sane – Bayern Munich – Market Value: € 70 million

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7 Sergej Milinkovi Sav-Savić – Lazio – Market Value: 70 million €

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7 Mikel Uyearspal – Real Sociedad – Market value: € 70 million

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6- Alfonso Davies – Bayern Munich – Market Value: 75 Million Euros

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5- Joshua Kimmich – Bayern Munich – Market Value: 90 million euros

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4 Jadon Sancho – BVB – Market Value: € 100 Million

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2 Neymar – Paris Saint-Germain – Market Value: 110 Million Euros

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2 Erling Haaland – BVB – Market Value: € 110 Million

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1 Kylian Mbappé – PSG – Market Value: € 160 million

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European club football has been threatened with a mud fight in court, perhaps even before the semifinals of the current UEFA Champions League season at the start of May. It now appears that this danger has been averted. Both Prime Minister Johnson and UEFA CEO Ceferin welcomed the founders’ plans to withdraw.

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