Boris Johnson has said his government could seek a "legislative solution" against the idea of a football European Super League.
Speaking during a Downing Street press conference, the Prime Minister said the idea of a closed, 'superior' league "offends against the basic principle of competition" and in order to "protect that principle...we will seek a legislative solution".
He added that the Super League, which he labelled a "cartel", is "not in the interests of fans, not in the interests of football".
Report by THOMASL.
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