It is set to be another day of debate around the inception of a European Super League.
The big six from the Premier League all signed up to the breakaway league on Sunday night, leaving the Premier League scrambling.
There is plenty of confusion as to what happens to the English top flight and how the six breakaway teams fit in moving forward.
As such, there is a Premier League meeting going on this morning to get everything in the open, except the big six sides will not be represented at the meeting.
Premier League CEO Richard Masters is set to chair the meeting, with the 14 other clubs discussing the Super League announcement.
The clubs will likely assess the best way to respond to the announcement as a league.
Interestingly, the 14 clubs have enough power on their own to take action over the six rebel clubs, provided they are in unanimous agreement.
Premier League rules mean there is a threshold of 14 clubs voting in favour in order to pass any major change to the division or the laws.
Reports have claimed that the rebel clubs could face expulsion from the Premier League, or a points deduction, but it seems unlikely that this will be decided in the meeting.
We’ve got all the latest updates from the meeting right here in our live blog.