Manchester United legend and Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville reacted strongly to Chelsea owner Todd Boehly’s comments about having a Premier League All-Star Game.
The All-Star Game is a major aspect of American sports, where players from various teams are picked by fan votes.
An example of the All-Star Game is in the NBA, where stars from the Eastern and Western Conferences compete in a one-off weekend every season.
Neville is against the idea, and feels that an increased American influence on the sport in England is not a good thing.
“I keep saying it but the quicker we get the Regulator in the better,” he wrote on Twitter.
“US investment into English football is a clear and present danger to the pyramid and fabric of the game. They just don’t get it and think differently. They also don’t stop till they get what they want!”