At least one of England's "Big Six" is reportedly "deeply concerned" at the reaction to the Super League plans.
The Times reports that this particular club, which it hasn't named, is having emergency discussions.
This club is one of Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United or Manchester City.
It's been reported by the Telegraph that Chelsea and Manchester City were "not the drivers of the plan."
Those two clubs have Champions League Semi Finals (against Real Madrid and PSG) coming up shortly.
Although Super League insiders insist that all 12 are committed to the project, The Times understands that at least one English club is having emergency internal discussions on the best way forward, with some of the executives deeply concerned about alienating their fans.
— The Times (@thetimes) April 20, 2021
Super League Is "Not A Sport" - Guardiola
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has told the English clubs to change their minds.
Mr. Ceferin has asked those clubs to think about their position.
Meanwhile Pep Guardiola has accused it of being "not a sport," because of the structure.
Currently it looks as though there will be no promotion or relegation.
Mr Guardiola says that's not a competition:
"A sport is not a sport when the relationship between effort and reward doesn't exist."
Adding to that, "If the success is already guaranteed then it's not a sport, if it doesn't matter if you lose."