Premier League clubs oppose proposed changes to European club football

• Changes to Champions League would alter domestic game
• Clubs will ‘vigorously defend’ current structure

The Premier League’s 20 clubs say they will “vigorously defend” the domestic game against any plans to alter it.

Uefa has recently started a consultation process for what some believe could be radical changes to European club football after the current arrangements expire in 2024. It is understood that one proposal, backed by the European Clubs Association chairman and Juventus owner, Andrea Agnelli, could mean the Champions League format is replaced with four groups of eight teams, with qualification based on historical performance.

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