Spanish league head chides PSG and Neymar with crude analogy

07 September, 2017, 01:31 | Author: Felix Jensen
  • Tebas spoke to David Garrido in Manchester using a bizarre analogy to explain his point

Tebas has taken issue with both PSG and Manchester City's wild spending in the window, arguing that they have not stuck to the Financial Fair Play guidelines.

He added: "We've caught them peeing in the swimming pool".

"In our opinion, UEFA has not properly looked at the situation of Manchester City and PSG since that time or they would have sanctioned them again".

The Costa Rican-born administrator expanded on this at Soccerex, saying clubs backed by national gas and oil revenues were inflating costs for all clubs and destroying the industry.

Manchester City are not being investigated over Financial Fair Play rules following a complaint by La Liga.

PSG stunned the footballing world by paying Barcelona EUR222million for the Brazil superstar last month and their deadline-day move for Monaco teenager Kylian Mbappe - initially on loan before a EUR180m transfer - preceded UEFA confirming it will assess the club's compliance with Financial Fair Play rules. PSG and Manchester City and in the past Chelsea.

UEFA, who are investigating PSG's spending, have said they are not looking into City. They were set a limit of 80m euros to spend on their squad by La Liga following an assessment of the club's financial position.

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"By contrast, Mr. Tebas' statements are ill-informed and in parts pure fiction".

"As you would expect, Manchester City Football Club and the City Football Group are seeking appropriate legal counsel and will act accordingly on that advice". We know these clubs fight to become the best brand in world. They have agreed on sponsorships that are above market price.

The La Liga boss urged Uefa to crack the whip against two clubs he accused of flaunting their financial power in defiance of FFP rules created to prevent clubs from being bankrolled by external sources and spending beyond their means.

PSG are laughing at FFP, aren't they? Neymar's on the diving board and now he's peed in the pool.

"Let's see", Tebas said. "We can not let them get away with this", he said at the Soccerex conference in Manchester.

The club's president Nasser Al-Khelaifi said: '(We are) very confident (about) the UEFA investigation. "If this player (Neymar) had gone to Manchester United maybe I would not have gone to the courts because this is not financial doping and maybe they have the money to buy this player".

He said: "If I remember correctly, PSG and Man City were sanctioned, but then the sanction was somehow reduced in some odd agreement that was not made public".

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