The European Super League might not be completely dead, as three teams are reportedly set to relaunch the tournament this week.
The initial launch caught the footballing world by surprise as 12 European teams announced their intentions to play in the Super League.
However, the reaction to the announcement did not go as expected, which saw Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur pull out.
The Telegraph have now reported that the three remaining teams, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus are planning to relaunch tournament on Thursday.
Juventus chief Andrea Agnelli is planning to unveil new plans this week, as per the report, despite FIFA and UEFA declaring the project dead on numerous occasions.
AC Milan, Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid were also included in the tournament but also decided to pull out over the backlash.
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