The former Arsenal manager goes against the new league project in an interview with the Guardian: "The rest of the leagues in Europe are trying to undermine the English league's superiority"
Do not like the new initiative
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger opposes the creation of the European Super League, the plan being drawn up by the big teams these days and according to Wenger to destroy the Premier League.
As mentioned yesterday, the resigning president of Barcelona, Jordi Bartomeu, announced that the team has registered for the new league that is to be established and will include the European luxury clubs in the format of a closed league.
"The Premier League has superiority, and this new project wants to overcome that superiority," Wenger said in an interview with the Guardian.
"The rest of the leagues are trying to destroy the advantage that the Premier League has. For them, the best thing is to create a Europa League. And that means just destroying the Premier League. So if they get the consent of the big clubs in England, it will happen."
Wenger explained the reason: "We are in a time when team owners are investors. What is the ultimate goal for investors? Make more money. So this European Super League is a way to make more money."