Glazer/Manchester United: Yes Hicks,Gillette/Liverpool: Yes Abramovich/Chelsea: Yes Celtic: Yes Ranger: Yes If Kroenke gets Arsenal (he paid $130 million for ITV's 9.9% stake), he is another yes as well. What about Bayern Munich and the big clubs in Spain and Italy? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/li...all.html?in_article_id=471566&in_page_id=1779 The Celtic manager claims the various foreign owners of English clubs will be considering every option as they look for a return on their investments. And he can see a scenario where Premier League giants and Europe's biggest clubs launch a breakaway league, even if that was in defiance of UEFA and FIFA. "That's just my idea," he said, "that you might get the top 50 clubs saying, 'Right, that's enough, let's all make the cash and we'll break away, make our own leagues, and UEFA and FIFA can do what they want.' "You've got to remember there's people from all around the world getting English clubs now - they're big businessmen, where do they make the money?" Rangers/Celtics have been wanting to play in the Premiership for years. They would definately want to be in the European Superleague. POTENTIAL TV REVENUE Premiership international TV rights: $400 mil a year Premiership domestic TV rights: $1.1 billion a year An European SuperLeague might get $1 billion a year in international TV rights and $3 billion a year in domestic (England, Scotland, Italy, Spain, Germany, France, Portugal, Russia, Netherland) in TV rights. Total: $4 bil a year. Equal revenue sharing of TV rights: $4 bil / 22 clubs = $182 mil a year for each team.