Liverpool and Manchester United have proposed a new plan for the Premier League.
The plan outlines many new approaches out of which many financially help the lower league but also allows the traditional big six to dominate English Football for the forseeable future without any hiccups.
It has been strongly backed now by former Liverpool chief executive and current EFL chairman, Rick Parry.
Speaking on Sunday evening, he said: “This is a proposal to reset the long-term future of the English pyramid.
“This would produce long-term sustainability for all of our clubs. It would narrow the gap between the Championship and the Premier League. It would abolish parachute payments, which create a major imbalance within the Championship. Plus, there’s a short-term package of immediate relief.
“It probably is the biggest idea since the formation of the Premier League. In terms of rebalancing the game, providing fairer shares for all, securing the financial future of the pyramid – for us, it’s extremely attractive.”
Asked whether the proposals have the support of the EFL clubs, Parry said: “We shall see in the coming days. I genuinely believe it’s in their very best interests.
“I’ve had the chance to talk to a limited number of them today and they’ve been extremely receptive.”
The motion has however, not been supported by the Premier League chiefs.