If they leave, they don’t come back. The Premier League has decided to move tab so that those clubs that decide to join the Super league (if the project is reborn in the future) they cannot continue contesting the English championship.
As Times Sport announced this Thursday, the Premier is preparing a reform in its own rules so that no team goes to the Super league without being expelled immediately.
The top division of English football does not want episodes like the one experienced recently to be repeated, when a total of six teams from the Premier (Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham) gave their approval to a European Super League, with all of them listed as founding clubs. A posteriori, the six teams in question were the first to emerge from the project, but the Premier League wants to help prevent further attempts to make the project successful.