​Man Utd legend Neville claims US investment represents 'clear and present danger'

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!”