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Two Premier League Clubs Are Reportedly Planning to Leave The Super League

Recent football headlines have been filled with news about formation of a superleague. Twelve top clubs across Europe are reported to have come together to form an elite league. This league is only made up of Europe's top football clubs. England have six clubs which include Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspurs and Liverpool.

Spanish clubs in the superleague are Real Madrid, Athletico Madrid and Barcelona . Serie A have both Milan clubs and Juventus being their representatives. However, despite this announcement, TV pundits, Football federations and UEFA have expressed their dissapointments about the proposed league.

Fans have been seen protesting against the formation of a superleague. Some footballers have also come out to reject the idea of forming a superleague. According to Superleague's president Florentino Perez, no club in the league will leave as they have already signed a contract. Chelsea fans have been seen protesting outside Stamford Bridge today.

The Blues fans had to be calmed by Chelsea's former goalkeeper Peter Cech. Emerging reports indicate that the Blues are planning to move out of the superleague.It is reported that the London club are currently working on documentation to leave the league. Their premier league rivals Manchester City are also reported to be on their way out of the proposed league.

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