For the few, the Super League has appeared to be a great idea that will perhaps save the financial fortunes of a number of clubs involved, however opposition to the idea is growing across the continent.
It seems a sure-fire way to gain popularity at this moment, and with Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich having thus far publicly refuted the plans for the Super League, they are gaining widespread off the pitch acclaim, the likes of which they’ve never had before.
Bayern Munich are the defending European champions, albeit only for a few more weeks, yet they don’t agree with the plans for the Super League.
How can a Super League be ‘super’ if the best team in Europe doesn’t want any part of it?
“I don’t think the Super League is going to solve the economic problems of the European Clubs which has been caused by the coronavirus,” Karl-Heinz Rummenigge explained.
“Rather, all clubs in Europe should work in solidarity to guarantee that cost structure.”
Opposition to this idea will continue to grow, and the weight of Bayern Munich and PSG behind it is huge for that.