UEFA are reportedly looking to create a 32 or 36 club league in a major change to the Champions League format.
Europe's top teams are keen to play each other more often and see the creation of a new league as an ideal way to generate more money.
A European Super League has long been mooted but never truly got off the ground but according to The Times, UEFA has put forward a proposal to shake up Europe's top competition.
According to the report, UEFA wants to give the biggest clubs to play each other regularly and have devised a 32 or 36 team league which would see them play 10 matches against completely different opposition.
A random draw would see teams split the matches - five at home and five away – in the initial phase of the competition.
The top 16 teams would then progress into the knockout stages with the side that finish first meeting the 16th placed club.
The teams outside of the top 16 would drop into the Europa League.
The report says UEFA want to start the 'Swiss' style league in 2024 when the current Champions League TV deal comes to an end.
Meanwhile, 15 players from the Premier League have been named in shortlist for UEFA.com fans' Team of the Year.
50 of the world's best players have been selected for the performances in 2020 with Juventus' Cristiano Ronaldo nominated for a 17th straight year.
With eight players, Liverpool has the most nominations which include captain Jordan Henderson, Virgil van Dijk and Mohamed Salah.