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LaLiga and Thabas are chasing after Mbape chooses PSG


The Spanish League, led by President Javier Tebas, has said it will ask UEFA and the French and European Union authorities to investigate the financial affairs of the Champions League champion.

Mbape’s new deal was confirmed on Sunday (AEST) just before the last match of PSG in the Ligue 1 season against Metz.

The winner of the World Cup has signed an agreement until 2025, rejecting Real’s offer. It is reasonable to assume that the 23-year-old concluded one of the most lucrative deals in the history of sports.

PSG have been able to attract people like Neymar, Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos from La Liga clubs, and Thabas said in a comment on Twitter that French club president Nasser Al-Helaifi has become “as dangerous as the Super League”.

LaLiga later issued a statement expressing wild comments about PSG’s business model.

It says that a deal like the Mbape agreement “threatens the economic sustainability of European football, threatens hundreds of thousands of jobs and sporting integrity in the medium term, not only because of European competitions, but also on the part of our domestic leagues. “.

The statement added: “It is scandalous that a club like PSG, which lost more than 220 million euros last season, after accumulating losses of 700 million euros in recent seasons … at a cost of sports staff of about 650 million euros this season 2021-2022 may reach an agreement on these characteristics, while clubs that could accept the arrival of a player without seeing that their payroll is compromised remain without the opportunity to sign it.

“In connection with all the above, LaLiga is going to file a complaint against PSG to UEFA, the administrative and tax authorities of France and the competent authorities of the European Union to continue to protect the economic ecosystem of European football and its sustainability.”

PSG has previously denied violating the rules of financial fair play.

La Liga’s statement also directly attacked al-Khalaifi, saying he hoped “he will refrain from practicing the practice, knowing how serious the damage they are doing”, given that he holds senior administrative roles in European football.

“Such behavior by Nasser Al-Khelaifi … poses a danger to European football at the same level as the Super League,” the Spanish league said in a statement.

He added that PSG’s costs “undoubtedly imply non-compliance with the current rules of economic control not only of UEFA, but also of French football itself.”

Al-Khelaifi has been the president of PSG since October 2011, and Qatar Sports Investments has organized a radical change in the French club, bringing to the club many world superstars.

Manchester City, led by Abu Dhabi, is another club that has spent significant funds in recent years and has achieved a level of success that has been unprecedented in its history. At the same time, Newcastle United is now majority owned by the State Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia.

LaLiga said the costs of PSG: “This behavior further shows that public clubs do not respect or want to respect the rules of such an important sector of the economy as football, key to the sustainability of hundreds of thousands of jobs.”


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