Chelsea and Manchester City set to pull out of proposed Super League with more clubs to follow

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

20 Apr 2021

The breakaway Super League spearheaded by Europe’s top clubs is in the midst of collapse as reports suggest 2 of the English 6 Chelsea and Manchester City are set to withdraw from the competition.

In what would be an incredible 180 the two clubs have reportedly started the process required to leave the panned group.

In even more startling news Andrea Agnelli has resigned as the president of Juventus with Manchester United Exec Vice Chairman Ed Woodward also stepping down from his role.

This is a developing story.