The German Football League (DFL) has formed a working group to weigh up the future of domestic club football which, among other proposals, could lead to an increase in top-tier Bundesliga games shown on free-to-air television.
A shake-up of German football’s broadcast strategy is being assessed by the working group led by new DFL chief executive Donata Hopfen and Bayern Munich executive board member Jan-Christian Dreesen, according to Sport Bild.
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