The Premier League’s so called “Big Six” clubs have re-joined the European Club Association (ECA).
They left during a failed attempt to form a breakaway super league last April.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur, have been let back into the fold.
The ECA said in a statement:
“The ECA executive board took into consideration the clubs’ acknowledgement that the so-called European Super League project was not in the interests of the wider football community and their publicly communicated decisions to abandon said ESL project completely.
“The ECA board also acknowledged the clubs’ stated willingness to engage actively with ECA in its collective mission to develop European club football – in the open and transparent interests of all, not the few.
“This decision of the ECA board marks the end of a regrettable and turbulent episode for European football and aligns with ECA’s relentless focus to strengthen unity in European football.”