Premier League clubs concerned over ‘unfeasible’ Champions League reform and fixture congestion

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Premier League clubs have major concerns that plans to expand the Champions League will lead to “unfeasible” fixture congestion, and the potential for European matches to be staged on the same day as top-flight domestic games.

Up until now, there has been an agreement with UEFA that there should be no clash between Champions League matches and Premier League games, with the weekend protected for domestic fixtures.

But Sky Sports News has been told there are widespread concerns that UEFA’s plans will be unworkable, and may lead to European and domestic games going head to head – especially if proposals are pushed through for 10 Champions League group matches per team from 2024 instead of the six matches currently played.

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