Former Arsenal supervisor, Arsene Wenger, has kicked towards UEFA’s proposed modifications to the Champions League, claiming they don’t respect the “sporting advantage” of the competitors.
UEFA’s plans would see a “single desk” with 36 groups exchange the group stage format, which at the moment options eight teams of 4.
The modifications would enhance the variety of matches from 125 to 225.
“The mannequin that’s proposed for the fashionable Champions League, I don’t prefer it in any respect,” Wenger, who’s now FIFA’s head of worldwide growth, informed BeIN Sports activities.
“The golf equipment at all times need more cash. To get more cash, they need extra assured video games. The followers need extra video games of significance.
“Trendy soccer has to discover a compromise between what the golf equipment and followers need.”
Europe’s high leagues, together with the Premier League, have additionally requested UEFA to rethink the plans amid considerations over fixture congestion.