By Adrian Kajumba For The Daily Mail
Published: 22:55 BST, 12 October 2020 | Updated: 23:37 BST, 12 October 2020
Controversial Project Big Picture plans will require a major overhaul to get off the ground following fierce opposition from the Premier League’s clubs.
Currently, at least 14 of the Premier League’s 20 clubs need to vote in favour of any major proposals in order for them to be introduced.
But at least eight clubs are against PBP, underlining the major task facing Liverpool, Manchester United and EFL chairman Rick Parry, the driving forces behind the previously secret project, to gather support for their radical plans to reshape English football.
Liverpool and Manchester United are working together to push through Project Big Picture
Both sides need wide-scale approval from the other Premier League sides outside the 'Big Six'
As reported on Monday, Brighton, Burnley, Crystal Palace, Fulham, Sheffield United and West Brom would not back plans to reduce the size of the division to 18, one of the key proposals, under any circumstances. Sportsmail understands West Ham and Leeds are