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Breaking: Borussia Dortmund confirm they will not join Super League


Borussia Dortmund have affirmed that they won't be one of the clubs joining the proposed Super League.


Plans for the arrangement of another European rivalry were disclosed on Sunday, with 12 establishing clubs having effectively pursued the opposition which has been intended to equal the current Champions League.


It has been accounted for that three additional clubs will before long be added to the authors list, with a further five groups set to be allowed to section in the event that they meet certain capability necessities - yet Dortmund have separated themselves from the task.


What has been said?


BVB CEO Hans Joachim Watzke uncovered the club's position on the Super League in an authority articulation, while likewise affirming that they are completely behind the proposed Champions League changes that are set to be decided on this week.


"The board of individuals from the European Club Association (ECA) met up for a virtual gathering on Sunday evening, where it was concurred that the board's choice from last Friday actually stands, said Watzke.


"This choice directs that all clubs wish to carry out the proposed changes to the UEFA Champions League. The ECA board individuals took a reasonable position in dismissing plans for the foundation of a Super League.''


Watzke proceeded to prove reports that Bayern Munich have additionally quit the opposition, adding: "Both German clubs on the ECA board, FC Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, shared the very same position all through all conversations."


Which clubs have effectively joined to the Super League?


The Premier League will be addressed in the Super League by the customary "large six", with Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City, Arsenal and Tottenham all set to take an interest.

Atlético Madrid, Real Madrid and Barcelona have likewise been incorporated, with the three clubs at present making up La Liga's main three groups, while Juventus, Inter and Milan have joined from Italy's Serie A.


Who else has declined to take an interest?


Dortmund is the biggest European club to openly affirm that they won't be associated with the Super League, however Watzke's remarks recommend that Bayern will before long stick to this same pattern.


It has likewise been accounted for that Paris Saint-Germain have precluded partaking, with one of their first-group stars Ander Herrera having effectively denounced the plans via web-based media.

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