All six English clubs who decided to join a European Super League are now abandoning the breakaway competition - putting the entire scheme in jeopardy.
Hundreds of supporters protested against Chelsea's involvement outside Stamford Bridge last night.
Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville says fans had every right to be angry
And Liverpool legend Graeme Souness says owners have damaged the relationship with their fans
Those behind the Super League say they're considering how to "reshape the project".
Meanwhile, Manchester United have confirmed that Ed Woodward will leave his role as executive vice chairman at the end of the year.
Woodward says he's "extremely proud" of his achievements at the club over the last 16 years.