Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson will reportedly lead an emergency meeting with other Premier League captains to issue their response to the Super League.
Jurgen Klopp was the first manager from the breakaway 'big six' to speak publicly about his views on the proposal on Monday, admitting that his views 'hadn't changed' after speaking out against the prospect in 2019.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola captured the mood elegantly on Tuesday too, when he simply stated: "It is not sport when the relation between effort and success, between effort and reward, doesn't exist."
James Milner admitted he isn't a fan of the Super League project after Liverpool's 1-1 draw with Leeds United and, as a result, Henderson will lead a meeting of Premier League captains to devise a response, according to Mail Online.
Henderson led the players' response to the NHS crisis triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic after unjust criticism from Health Secretary Matt Hancock.
The meeting will likely include discussions over how players will respond to growing media attention surrounding the Super League, especially with owners of the 'big six' absent to answer the fury of the football community.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino joined UEFA and the Premier League by criticising the plans, warning the European Super League's 12 rebel clubs that they must "live with the consequences" if they proceed with the proposal.
He said: "At FIFA, we can only strongly disapprove the creation of a Super League which is a closed shop, which is a breakaway from the current institutions, from the leagues, from the associations, from UEFA, and from FIFA.
"There is a lot to throw away for maybe a short-term financial gain of some. People need to think very carefully. They need to reflect and they need to assume responsibility.
"If some elect to go their own way, then they must live with the consequences of their choice. They are responsible for their choice. Concretely, this means either you are in or you are out. You cannot be half in or half out."