Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has organized a meeting with the 19 other Premier League skippers to discuss a potential response to the announcement of the controversial Super League, The Athletic's David Ornstein reports.

Earlier Tuesday, the 14 Premier League teams excluded from the Super League held a meeting to devise their own action plan.

But the players are now mobilizing to have their say on a potentially career-changing proposal that presents a series of legal and moral obstacles. Henderson's teammate, James Milner, criticized the plans Monday and expressed hopes that the Super League doesn't happen. Bruno Fernandes, star midfielder of Liverpool rivals Manchester United, also appeared to speak out on Instagram, saying, "Dreams can't be bought."