The so-called 'Dirty Dozen's' Super League proposals do not simply threaten the whole fabric of European football: they also represent the relentless Americanisation of the sport - a world in which, however much you lose on the field, you are guaranteed to win off it. Alan Sugar Read More »
The Reds announced on Tuesday night, along with the other five English clubs involved, that they were withdrawing from the European Super League.
The Foxes’ front-runners have scored 29 goals between them this season.
The owners of Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham are facing mounting condemnation and pressure for their part in the European Super League, which was spectacularly suspended on Tuesday night following the withdrawal of all six English clubs on a night of extraordinary drama. Supporters remain furious with Gunners owner Stan Kroenke, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy and Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck, with pressure on the London clubs increasing after Manchester United executive chairman Ed Woodward resigned on Tuesday night and Liverpool owner John W Henry issued a grovelling video apology on Wednesday morning.