Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund will not join the breakaway Super League launched by 12 of Europe’s top clubs on Sunday, according to a statement from the latter.

The two clubs, as well as the German Football Association, are committed to the European Club Association (ECA) and are backing proposed reforms to the Champions League instead.

Clubs from England, Spain and Italy have signed up to the plans, while no German or French sides have yet to be associated with the breakaway. Sources close to RB Leipzig say they will not join the new competition either.