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Napoli president working on plan for new £8.5billion European division – but clubs will qualify based on merit unlike doomed European Super League proposals

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Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has drawn up plans for a major shake up of European football – despite the Super League proposals spectacularly falling flat earlier this year.

Six Premier League clubs – Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Man City and Tottenham – withdrew within 72 hours of founding the Super League alongside six other clubs in April.

He insists UEFA competitions the Champions League and the Europa League have failed, and has drawn up proposals for a new £8.5billion [€10bn] competition that must be accepted to work.

“The Champions and Europa League don’t generate sufficient income for the clubs to justify participating in it.

That means you have to spend more money – and the prize money from the European competitions doesn’t account for that.

Nevertheless, Napoli chief De Laurentiis is adamant that football needs to change.

He is a big fan of the English game and even says Italian football ‘must learn from it’… despite the Italians beating the Three Lions in the Euro 2020 final.
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