The Premier will meet with the clubs ‘separated’ from the Superliga

The Premier League will hold a meeting this Tuesday with the 14 clubs in the competition not included in the new European Super League.

The founding clubs of the competition, Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur will not be present, according to English media.

During the board of directors, the creation of the Super League and its impact on English competition will be discussed. It will be directed by Richard Masters, President of the Premier League, and will be held virtually.