Gary Neville is concerned about the involvement of American owners in the Premier League.
Todd Boehly took over the reins at Stamford Bridge earlier this year and recently gave an idea on how the Premier League could upscale.
But Neville is not quite happy with the LA Dodger’s plans for English football.
‘I keep saying it but the quicker we get the Regulator in [English football] the better,’ Neville said.
‘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!’
His reaction comes after new Chelsea owner Todd Boehly called for a Premier League all-star match in an attempt to enlarge revenues.
“Why isn’t there an all-star game? People are talking about more money for the pyramid. With the all-star game in LA this year, we made $200 million from a Monday and a Tuesday. You could have a North versus South all-star game for the Premier League and fund whatever the pyramid needed very easily.
“I think everyone likes the idea of more revenue for the league.”