Inter Milan great Walter Zenga has hit out at Super League breakaway plans.
However, Zenga believes the project will eventually fall through.
“It's a real mess," Zenga told Perform Stats News.
“This project could destroy all the smaller clubs, I don't think it's good news for football: they're trying to create an exclusive group.
“It's a decision they've taken because of commercial reasons, in order to make more money and increase revenue, but if you ask me if I like it I'll say no.
“But I don't know why clubs have agreed to sign up anyway.
“It will be difficult for them to go forward after Ceferin's comments, there are too many problems to solve and the clubs can't go it alone.
“UEFA have said there will be sanctions for players as well (being banned from playing in the European Championships), so I don't think the Super League will happen."