Sheffield United owner Prince Abdullah has hit out at the Premier League's Big Six.
The Prince has used his social media platform to question the issue of solidarity payments in the game and has pointed the finger in particular at the big six.
He wrote: "Now that we can't be accused of saying this because it helps us in Sheffield United, I think it's wrong of the PL and selfish of the big 6 to split donations/solidarity payments equally by the 20 clubs, it should be proportional to revenue.
"In some PL meetings a big club may say Let's donate 60 millions , so each club donates 3 , oh ya ?! Your revenue is 800 millions , mine is 140 , why not make it proportional before you suggest that."