Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson organized a meeting with the captains of the other Premier League clubs to sort out the situation involving the European Super League.
Six Premier League clubs signed up for the exclusive breakaway competition on Sunday, and their decision has not been well received by the fans and the media.
There were rumours that these clubs (Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Spurs and Chelsea) would be banned from competing in the Champions League. Their players would not be able to play for their respective nations either.
It seems that the media and the fans were not the only ones unhappy with the decision to form the European Super League, and the players have now stepped up and voiced their discontent with the situation as well.
Several Liverpool players have put out an official statement on their social media account calling for the European Super League to be disbanded. They also added that they are not keen on the idea of playing in such an exclusive competition that looks down upon the other clubs and the lower leagues.
Joining the Liverpool players were other Premier League stars like Kevin de Bruyne and Aymeric Laporte from Manchester City.
The likes of Benjamin Mendy also reacted to the dismantling of the European Super League earlier tonight.
Manchester United stars Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford, Luke Shaw, Brandon Williams and Amad Diallo, had previously sent out social media statements voicing their opinion against the European Super League.
Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin reminded his club of the ethos and morals they believe in when he shared a quote from the former Gunners manager Arsene Wenger on social media.
The opposition from the fans, the players and the media seems to have worked, and the European Super League have released a statement claiming that they will have to reshape the project, and the competition is unlikely to take place anytime soon.