European club’s consider “Copenhagen Plan” to break Champions League deadlock

30 August 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Executives from Europe’s leading clubs are discussing a joint proposal from FC Copenhagen, Celtic and Ajax in order to reshape European club football.

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James Corbett corbett@offthepitch.com

Executives from Europe’s leading clubs have been meeting in Monaco over the past 24 hours in an effort to break the deadlock over the future of European club competitions.

A series of informal discussions took place as leading officials were brought together by the UEFA Champions League and Europa League draws in the principality.

Among topics under discussion is understood to be a joint proposal to reshape European club football, circulated among leading clubs by FC Copenhagen, Celtic and Ajax.

Copenhagen Model

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