Leeds United midfielder Mateusz Klich has made it clear on Twitter that he does not support the European Super League.
The Poland international midfielder has posted the following message on the social networking site in response to the formation of the European Super League.
Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United are among the Founding Clubs of the breakaway group.
The European Super League has been strongly criticised and is hugely controversial.
It remains to be seen if it does go ahead, as there is no date set when the tournament will actually start.
It is a ‘closed group’, and one can understand why most football fans are against it.
Leeds are actually going to play against one of the Founding Clubs this evening when they take on Liverpool at Elland Road in the Premier League.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side gave the Reds a run for their money earlier in the season, and one should not be surprised if they pick up all three points against the defending Premier League champions.
Perhaps the Leeds players will be even more motivated to win after the formation of the European Super League.