The "Big Picture" plan led by Manchester United and Liverpool was rejected by the Premier League clubs.
At the meeting of the Premier League and clubs on Wednesday, the "Big Picture" plan failed. A statement signed by the 20 clubs said: "The Big Picture plan will not be supported or implemented." This means that the double red giants The reform plan of the People's Republic of China came to an end.
However, all parties in the Premier League still reached an agreement that they will review the current league operation strategy and possible reform measures before the end of the year.
In addition, the Premier League clubs also announced that they will jointly provide 77 million pounds of funds to support small clubs in difficult situations in League One and League Two, but the beneficiaries of this funding do not include the clubs of the British Championship.
The Premier League has been reduced from 20 teams to 18 teams, and the Champions League, League One and League Two remain 24 teams;
Nine "long-term participants" will have the right to vote and decide all major decisions in the Premier League, including rule changes, personnel changes in other clubs, etc.; Giants, currently including Southampton, West Ham and Everton; the current decision-making power is shared by the Premier League 20 teams, and the resolution can only be passed with a 14/20 majority)
Immediately injected 350 million pounds into the EFL and the FA to make up for the losses in the past two seasons;
The League Cup and Community Shield are cancelled;
The subsidy for the relegated team will be cancelled and 25% of the Premier League's income will be paid to the EFL;
Introduce the relegation playoffs, the 16th place in the Premier League and the 3/4/5th place in the English Championship participated;
Provide funds to establish a new and independent women's football league;
The season starts later, and the pre-season preparation period is extended;