A Premier League meeting will tomorrow take place without Liverpool after the club opted to be a part of a new breakaway European Super League.

The ECHO understands that the Premier League has called a meeting for the 14 clubs not a part of the Super League plans for Tuesday morning.

The online meeting will be chaired by Richard Masters and is likely to allow those clubs not involved in the movement to formulate a plan of action moving forward.

The Reds confirmed on Sunday night that it was planning to join the new breakaway competition aimed at rivalling the UEFA Champions League.

Fellow Premier League clubs Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham are also part of the plans, and will also not be allowed to attend tomorrow’s meeting.

While Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Real Madrid, AC Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus make up the 12 founding clubs of the new competition.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson, UEFA and the Premier League have all condemned the move since the news broke about the proposals on Sunday.

The PM said: “We are considering a range of options. I’m not able to set out full details at this point.

"We’ll set them out in due course, once we’ve considered all possible options.”

Before he continued: “We are going to look at everything that we can do with the football authorities to make sure that this doesn’t go ahead in the way that it’s currently being proposed.

Liverpool European Super League plans

“I don’t think that it’s good news for fans, I don’t think it’s good news for football in this country.

“These clubs are not just great global brands – of course they’re great global brands – they’re also clubs that have originated historically from their towns, from their cities, from their local communities. T

“They should have a link with those fans, and with the fanbase in their community. So it is very, very important that that continues to be the case.”

While a statement from the Premier League on Sunday read: “The Premier League condemns any proposal that attacks the principles of open competition and sporting merit which are at the heart of the domestic and European football pyramid.

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“Fans of any club in England and across Europe can currently dream that their team may climb to the top and play against the best. We believe that the concept of a European Super League would destroy this dream.

“The Premier League is proud to run a competitive and compelling football competition that has made it the most widely watched league in the world. Our success has enabled us to make an unrivalled financial contribution to the domestic football pyramid.

“A European Super League will undermine the appeal of the whole game, and have a deeply damaging impact on the immediate and future prospects of the Premier League and its member clubs, and all those in football who rely on our funding and solidarity to prosper.

“We will work with fans, The FA, EFL, PFA and LMA, as well as other stakeholders, at home and abroad, to defend the integrity and future prospects of English football in the best interests of the game.”