The European Super League founders want the competition to start in 2022, according to The Financial Times.
In recent days, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus officials have discussed the legal viability of kicking the tournament off later this year.
The clubs plan to introduce the competition project regardless of what UEFA think about their idea.
In 2021, all the English clubs initially involved in the project rejected their participation in the Super League. However, Real Madrid president Florentino Perez assures that they didn't cancel a legal agreement and remain involved.
The Super League is a competition that would be initially contested by 20 European football clubs. There will be two groups of 10 teams each, playing home and away fixtures within the group each year.
Following the group stage, 8 clubs qualify for a knockout tournament, playing home and away fixtures ahead of the single-match Super League finals.
Source: The Financial Times via Diario Sport