Chairman La Liga dissects ‘financial dopingzondaars’ PSG and City
Javier Tebas, the president of the Spanish organisation of La Liga on Wednesday yet again hard out at Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City due to their excessive transferbeleid.
The 55-year-old driver has not a good word to say about the way in which the French and English club this summer for astronomical amounts of players attracted.
“They are financial dopingzondaars. PSG smiles to the transfer system. We have caught them while they are in the swimming pool to the lakes,” said Tebas his feelings at a conference in Manchester.
“Neymar peeing from the diving board. We can not longer accept this. It’s not only PSG, but also to Manchester City. I want more televisiegeld, because otherwise hijacks City all the players away with his petro-dollars.”
PSG drew with complex constructions, among others Neymar of FC Barcelona and Kylian Mbappé from AS Monaco for hundreds of millions. City put a number of expensive players for a total of 230 million euros.
The largest foreign transfers
An overview of the largest foreign transfers. Neymar left Barcelona FC for no fewer than 222 million euros for Paris Saint-Germain.
Ousmane Dembélé: from Borussia Dortmund to FC Barcelona
Kylian Mbappé: from AS Monaco to Paris Saint-Germain
Romelu Lukaku: Everton to Manchester United
Alvaro Morata: Real Madrid to Chelsea
Benjamin Mendy: from AS Monaco to Manchester City
Alexandre Lacazette: from Olympique Lyon to Arsenal
Kyle Walker: Tottenham Hotspur to Manchester City
James Rodriguez: Real Madrid to Bayern Munich (on rental basis)
Bernardo Silva: AS Monaco to Manchester City
Leonardo Bonucci: Juventus to AC Milan
Mohamed Salah: from AS Roma to Liverpool
Corentin Tolisso: from Olympique Lyon to Bayern Munich
Tiemoué Bakayoko: from AS Monaco to Chelsea
Ederson: from Benfica to Manchester City
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Federico Bernardeschi: from Fiorentina to Juventus
Nemanja Matic: Chelsea to Manchester United
Davinson Sanchez: from Ajax to Tottenham Hotspur
Near Keita: RB Leipzig to Liverpool (summer 2018)
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The hard words of Tebas follow a day after the UEFA in writing asked to examine the City adhere to the Financial Fair Play rules. To PSG is already a research.
The boss of La Liga wants to know nothing of the counter-argument that FC Barcelona and Real Madrid in the past are punished for state aid.
“That is an argument that my small children could use: why do you give them cookies and not me?”, according to Tebas, that does not preclude the PSG in the future and come back with Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo. “If PSG wants to, give them gas and they may be the anyone to buy.”
PSG is since 2011 in the hands of Qatar Sports Investments. City fell in 2008 in the hands of the Abu Dhabi United Group.
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