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Premier League’s ‘big six’ to pay £22m fine for Super League fiasco

Football fans hold a banner during a protest against the Glazer's ownership of Manchester United (Photo by Andy Barton/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

The Premier League’s six biggest teams will pay a collective £22m (€25.4m/$31m) "goodwill gesture" as part of the settlement for their involvement in the proposed European Super League.