Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain putting European football at risk: La Liga president

La Liga has filed a complaint to UEFA over what it believes to be financial fair play (FFP) violations by Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain. However, both clubs have vehemently denied the complaints.

Premier League winners Manchester City are owned by Sheikh Mansour of the United Arab Emirates, while the Emir of Qatar is owned by French champions PSG.

La Liga president Javier Tebas was quoted as saying: “We are doing this to protect the football ecosystem in Europe. We think European football is in danger. (We are) trying to control state-owned clubs. have not been able to devise a system for it.” Being told by the BBC.

Tebas has strongly criticized PSG over the new multimillion-pound contract awarded to star striker Kylian Mbappe.

Speaking at a European league meeting in Amsterdam, he said, “We have made an official complaint about PSG for financial doping. UEFA has allowed the loss as the clubs have reduced their business, but PSG has made a covid have increased their salary bill by an incredible amount during the period. Their wages for 2021-22 were 600 million euros. This is impossible. That is without including Mbappe. It is clear that they apply the Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules It’s putting the entire financial eco-system in Europe at risk.”

Complaints against PSG were made last week and against City in April, although La Liga said it reserves the right to raise these complaints.

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