The European Super League has announced it is considering "appropriate steps to reshape the project" after England's so-called Big Six clubs announced they were leaving the proposed breakaway competition.
Tuesday night and Wednesday morning saw a flurry of withdrawals, with Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham, Arsenal and Chelsea all confirming their departures from the planned league.
The six Premier League clubs had joined forces with Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Juventus, AC Milan and Inter Milan to create a rival competition to the Champions League.
There was also disgruntlement from within the clubs involved, with managers such as Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp and Manchester City's Pep Guardiola voicing dissatisfaction.
News of the English clubs' withdrawal was earlier met with a positive response from the Football Association.
A statement read: "We welcome news that some of the clubs have decided to abandon the plans for the European Super League, which threatened the whole football pyramid.
"English football has a proud history based on opportunity for all clubs and the game has been unanimous in its disapproval of a closed league. It was a position that, by design, could have divided our game; but instead, it has unified us all."