Amazon Prime Video have released a statement outlining their concerns over the newly-proposed European Super League.

Liverpool are one of 12 founding members of the controversial and closed-shop competition, which has faced fierce criticism and backlash from supporters, pundits and even players and managers from the respective clubs involved.

The plans would see 15 elite clubs from across the continent, including all of the so-called Premier League 'big six', take part in the tournament each season - regardless of finishing positions in respective domestic leagues while five places would be handed to qualifying clubs.

It threatens to tear apart the established order in European football while destroying the hopes of so many about reaching world-class competitions, because clearly playing your best football doesn't necessarily present you with the best rewards.

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Premier League and Champions League broadcasters BT Sport and Sky Sports have released statements around the Super League and now Amazon Prime Video have added their weight to the conversation.

A statement read: "Amazon Prime Video understands and shares the concerns raised by football fans regarding a breakaway Super League.

"We believe part of the drama and beauty of European football comes from the ability of any club to achieve success through their performances on the pitch.

"We have not been involved in any discussions for this proposed Super League.

"We are proud to offer our Prime members the football which matters most to them and to present the action in the most innovative ways, including UEFA Champions League football in Germany and Italy and Premier League football in the UK."