Perez: Aim of ESL is to save football

 Real are one of the 12 European clubs who have joined to the breakaway class and plan to set up another midweek rivalry. 

Perez said the move had been made in light of the fact that youngsters are "not, at this point inspired by football" due to "a ton of low quality games". 

"At whatever point there is change, there are consistently individuals who go against it," he said. 

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The English 'enormous six' of Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham have consented to join the new group. 

The move has been censured by football specialists and government pastors in the UK and broadly denounced across Europe by Uefa and alliances affiliations. 

Leader Boris Johnson will hold a gathering with football's overseeing bodies on Tuesday to examine the move, while the 14 Premier League clubs excluded from the plans are likewise planned to meet. 

Perez said that the top groups were losing cash and that enormous name matches would help increment their income. 

"We are doing this to save football at this crucial point in time," Perez revealed to Spanish TV show El Chiringuito de Jugones. 

"On the off chance that we proceed with the Champions League there is less and less interest and afterward it's finished. 

"The new arrangement what begins in 2024 is crazy. In 2024, we are generally dead." 

Plans for a patched up a day and a half Champions League, beginning in 2024, were affirmed by Uefa on Monday. 

He added: "During the '50s, it was a comparative circumstance. Uefa and Fifa conflicted with the new European Cup, however that opposition changed football."

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