Manchester United’s two legendary players David Beckham and Eric Cantona also expressed opposition to the European Super League (ESL) launched on Monday, and their former English club is also the founder of the series.
Beckham (115-year-old England national team) wrote: “The game we love is in danger.” Beckham has played for three of the 12 established ESL clubs: Real Madrid and AC Milan . The former graceful midfielder emphasized that whether as a player or as an owner, he knows that fans are the most important thing and that the sport needs competition.
Eric Cantona, the top 7 Frenchman of MU, held a similar view, saying he was ashamed of not asking the Druckers for starting the club.
The Premier League is designed for 20 teams and is created by six Britons-Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Manchester City-three Italians-Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan -And three Spaniards-Real Madrid, Barcelona Football Club Atletico Madrid Star Club.