Adil Ray is known for airing his opinions on Good Morning Britain, and Monday was no different for the 46-year-old TV presenter.

The comedian and radio presenter joined Susanna Reid on the ITV breakfast show and the conversation quickly turned to the latest Super League proposal.

It's been reported that the Premier League's Big Six clubs have agreed to join the breakaway competition.

Premier League leaders Manchester City, reigning champions Liverpool and rivals Manchester United are set to be joined by London sides Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham in the new competition launched to rival the Champions League.

Three clubs from Spain and three from Italy make up the 12 to signal their intent to take part so far.

Good Morning Britain host Adil Ray fumed over the ‘disgusting’ football super league plans on Monday's show
Good Morning Britain host Adil Ray fumed over the ‘disgusting’ football super league plans on Monday's show

The proposed plan has received a huge backlash, with former footballer Gary Neville ranting on Sky Sports News about it.

Adil was keen to make it clear that he agreed with Gary and said the plans are a disgrace.

Susanna began: "So the big six joining this European Super League. But, the top six isn’t even the current top six."

Adil said the plans to create a new European Super League was 'elitist'
Adil said the plans to create a new European Super League was 'elitist'

“It’s disgusting,” Adil replied. "It means like Gary says there, teams like Leicester will be one of those teams over the last few years would never be in this league.

"There are some sort of vague rule where they might allow four or five teams depending on how they do.

"But it’s disgusting, it’s not football. Football has never been about this."

He continued: "It is about elitism. I think it’s funny Boris Johnson has contributed to the debate because we’re talking about elitism and corruption at the top of government at the moment. I believe this is elitism as well. It’s elitist."

Susanna Reid also got involved in the footy conversation after showing off her new hairdo
Susanna Reid also got involved in the footy conversation after showing off her new hairdo

Susanna then added: "Your team of course have to enjoy European glory on a number of occasions."

Adil replied: "Aston Villa and Will McGregor the director of Aston Villa in 1888 formed the football league.

"There’s so much history in so many clubs. It means all those Derby’s won’t take place. Liverpool, Everton will never take place. Aston Villa probably will.

"I think it’s a complete disgrace and football is more than just about community, money and gate receipts.

"We have all benefited from Sky and TV rights and some great players have come to the Premier League but there is a limit.

"In the end, it’s the fans and community that matter," Adil fumed.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has also claimed that a European Super League would be "very damaging for football".

Taking to Twitter, he wrote: "Plans for a European Super League would be very damaging for football and we support football authorities in taking action.

"The clubs involved must answer to their fans and the wider footballing community before taking any further steps," the PM added.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.