Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus have put plans in place to revive the European Super League, according to a report.
It was announced in April that 12 clubs intended to form a breakaway league, but the plans were met with severe criticism from fans, players, managers and politicians; nine clubs - including all six Premier League sides involved - quickly withdrew.
Madrid, Barca and Juve, the three clubs still yet to pull out, will not be present at the European Club Association (ECA) conference in Geneva on Monday.
The Sun states that the trio - led by by Madrid president Florentino Perez, Barca president Joan Laporta and Juve chairman Andrea Agnelli - have begun talks with a major PR company based in London and Brussels, as they seek to get the Super League project back on track.
The report adds that the company, Flint, have produced a presentation entitled: "Paving the way to the Super League; strategies for reconstruction, the restart and the triumph."
The firm are said to have promised a "bullet proof" campaign, that describes UEFA's current model as an "abusive monopoly".
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are yet to be handed back any of their committee positions at the ECA, which is now under the leadership of Paris Saint-Germain's Nasser Al-Khelaifi.