Boris Johnson has said the government will do everything it can to make sure the new European Super League “doesn't go ahead in the way that it's currently being proposed”, calling the plans "very damaging for football".
Former players at some of England's top football clubs - and fans - have hit out at plans to create a European Super League, calling the proposals a "joke", "greed" and a "disgrace".
The prime minister's trip to India next week has been cancelled, Downing Street has confirmed.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, and Tottenham have agreed to join a breakaway European Super League.
A furious Gary Neville has hit out at the launch of a breakaway European Super League, labelling the English clubs involved a "disgrace" and calling for them to face sanctions from the Premier League.
Gary Neville continued his blistering attack on European Super League plans and founding clubs in his latest podcast - read and listen in full here.
Six English teams are part of plans for a breakaway European Super League, but what do we know so far?
A decade after her last TV role, Kate Winslet is returning to the small screen as the star and executive producer of new drama Mare Of Easttown.
Mark Wahlberg's mother, Alma, has passed away at the age of 78.
The Mad Max prequel starring Chris Hemsworth and Anya Taylor-Joy will be filmed in the Australian outback ahead of its 2023 release.
Parks And Recreation star Aubrey Plaza says she hopes the show will one day return to screens, saying being in the cast was "non-stop laughter".