Ceferin’s proposed ban would be catastrophic for England’s World Cup chances

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin wants to throw England's rebel Super League clubs out of Europe this season and ban their stars from the Euros.

Ceferin has waged war on those clubs behind the proposals that have torn football apart.

This includes taking legal advice to see if UEFA can ban the likes of Manchester City, United, Arsenal and Chelsea from the Champions League and Europa League semi finals.

Ceferin is also exploring the possibility of blocking players from those clubs, along with Tottenham and Liverpool, from taking part in this summer's Euros.

The move would deprive Gareth Southgate of the likes of Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling, Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford and Mason Mount and ruin his chances of leading England to glory.

But Ceferin couldn't care less after vowing to get tough with those responsible for throwing the sport into its biggest ever crisis.

Ceferin said: "We are still assessing the situation with our legal team. We will take all the sanctions that we can and inform people as soon as we have a clear answers.

"As soon as possible teams will be banned from competitions and players will be banned.

"I said they won't be able to play in our competitions. I don't know when. We will see what happens.

"Players who will play in the teams that might play in the closed league will be banned from the World Cup and Euros.

"We urge everyone to stand tall with us as we do everything in our power to ensure this never ends up in fruition."

Football is now facing all-out civil war, with Premier League bosses facing increasing pressure to kick the Big Six out of the top flight if they go ahead and join a new European Super League.

Premier League shareholders will hold an emergency meeting on Tuesday to discuss the potential impact of the proposal, without the six clubs at the forefront of it invited.

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