The former Manchester United man took to Twitter on Monday to criticise the plans, saying they are "the rich stealing what the people created".
Herrera blasted: "I fell in love with popular football, with the football of the fans, with the dream of seeing the team of my heart compete against the greatest.
"If this European super league advances, those dreams are over, the illusions of the fans of the teams that are not giants of being able to win on the field competing in the best competitions will end.
"I love football and I cannot remain silent about this, I believe in an improved Champions League, but not in the rich stealing what the people created, which is nothing other than the most beautiful sport on the planet."
Former Arsenal and Real Madrid midfielder Mesut Ozil, a World Cup winner with Germany in 2014 and now plays for Fenerbahce, said on Twitter: "Kids grow up dreaming to win the World Cup and the Champions League - not any Super League.
"The enjoyment of big games is that they only happen once or twice a year, not every week. Really hard to understand for all football fans out there..."