THE proposal to allow Wrexham, Cardiff and Swansea to compete in the Welsh Premier comes from the league’s former secretary Alun Evans.
His report, commissioned by the FAW, will today put to Welsh Premier clubs the idea of allowing the big three to field teams in the league to enhance Welsh involvement in European competition.
The three clubs would field reserve teams in the Welsh Premier, and continue to compete in the English pyramid.
They would then send stronger sides to any European competitions for which they qualified.
Uefa have always insisted clubs play in the domestic competitions of just one national association.
However, the feeling is this rule might be relaxed under the organisation’s new president Michel Platini.