Wayne Rooney, former Manchester United player and now Derby County coach, assured that English clubs will have “their reasons” for carrying out the European Super League and that their managers “are not stupid.”
The top striker in the history of the English team spoke at a press conference about the announcement of the European Super League, in which there will be six Premier League teams.
“Honestly, right now I don’t know what the top six teams are in this country, because there are so many fighting for the top four,” said Rooney, who leads Derby County in the Championship.
“I was able to read something in the press last night, this morning … These are strange times. It is a rare situation. I’m sure there are reasons for this, but the best thing is to wait and see what happens and how it will work ”.
“The people who run these teams are not stupid. The only thing I hope is that the pyramid of English football is protected, “he added.