According to La Repubblica newspaper, the top European leagues, including Serie A, could be reduced to 18 teams to balance the increasing amount of European fixtures.
The new Champions League format that will be launched in the 2024-25 campaign will see an extra 100 games added to an already tight fixture list.
For this reason, the top European leagues, including Serie A, are reportedly considering changing the format of their domestic competitions, reducing the clubs involved to 18.
According to the report, Serie A clubs will meet on Tuesday at Milan’s Palazzo Parigi without President Paolo Dal Pino and CEO Luigi De Siervo.
They will mainly discuss the consequences of the failed Super League.
Meantime, the Coppa Italia format will change again from next season, with only 40 clubs participating, all of them from Serie A and Serie B.