The ‘Big Six’ English clubs are reportedly set to hold talks with the Premier League Football Association regarding punishments for their involvement in the European Super League saga.
Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester United and Manchester City all express their intention to join the Super League before it breakaway 48 hours after announcement.
The Big Six teams and players were hit with the threat of expulsion from future UEFA tournaments as the European Super League punishment, which now seems unlikely, but the authorities are not willing to let the members of the ‘Dirty Dozen’ go unpunished.
According to Sky Sports News, the clubs will soon begin crunch talks with the Premier League over the impending sanctions, which could range from multi-million pound fines to points deductions.
The report adds that the Big Six may also have to forfeit a portion of their next season’s broadcast revenue, but any “substantial” points deductions will be strongly opposed.