La Liga's postponed weekend game that was to feature Celta Vigo and Real Madrid has ensued chaos in Spain
Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola said Tuesday he is sceptical about a proposed European Super League which could potentially see the best teams quit the continents' top five leagues.
The idea of a European Super League, where the richest clubs will play on invitation basis, rather than having to qualify, has created a lot of waves in the world of football, and the manager who might be the worst affected by it -- Claudio Ranieri -- has condemned the issue.
Top Premier League managers had met with American billionaire Stephen Ross earlier this week to discuss the idea of a European Super League. But the plan does have its critics, and Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal recently made it clear that he does not support the idea.
Representatives of Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool were all photographed emerging from a hotel where American billionaire Stephen Ross was staying. Ross is allegedly planning the formation of a new European Super League, featuring only the richest and most famous clubs across Europe.
Football is all about money now, and it seems that the top clubs in Europe are trying to cash in on their international popularity by creating a monopolised European league for the giants from England, Germany, Italy, Spain, and France.