LaLiga, through an official statement, announced that it will denounce Paris Saint-Germain ahead UEFAthe competent bodies of the EU and the administrative and tax authorities of France for the renewal of Kylian Mbappé defended “the economic ecosystem of European football and its sustainability.” This information was provided ESPN and minutes later it became official.
“It is possible for Kylian Mbappé to stay Paris Saint Germain, LaLiga wants to state that this kind of agreement threatens the economic sustainability of European football by endangering hundreds of thousands of jobs in the medium term and sporting integrity, not only in European competition but also in our domestic leagues, “LaLiga said .
ESPN reported on Saturday that Mbappé had communicated to the president in Madrid, Florentino Perezas well as the PSG coach, Mauricio Pochettinoand his teammates, that he would not leave Paris.
The striker, who was expected to join Madrid when his current contract expires on June 30, is currently signing a new three-year deal with PSG.
Sources said ESPN What LaLiga was studying to denounce PSG, something that ended up happening, for what they believe is a violation of Fair Play’s financial rules. UEFAand a probable decision when the new agreement is in Mbappe.
Saturday, the president of LaLiga, Javier No.described the renewal of Mbappé by PSG as “a football insult”.
Tebas said on Twitter: “What PSG will do to renew Mbappé with large sums (who know where and how to pay him) after recording a loss of 700 million euros in recent seasons and has a salary bill containing more than 600 million euros is an insult to football. [El presidente del PSG Nasser] Al-Khelaifi is just as dangerous as the Super League. “
Tebas was a French critic of PSG under the ownership of Qatar Sports Investments, a subsidiary of Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund, as well as the. Manchester Citysupported by Abu Dhabi, which describes business models as “financial doping”.
He also attacked the controls to play fair financial in there UEFA so they are not appropriate.
“It simply came to our notice then [PSG] may reject offers such as those received for Mbappé “, he said last September, after the club Ligue 1 refused to sell the player in Madrid in the summer transfer window.
“Controls in France have failed. They’re hurting the European market. The system is in UEFA it’s wrong. We’re going in the wrong direction. “
Tebas and the PSG president, Al-Khelaifibecame an ally in opposition to the European Super League after its launch attempt last year.
Thebes described the project as a “coup” and a “joke.” La PSG declined the opportunity to join as one of its twelve founding members, and Al-Khelaifi leading alternative reform efforts as the new president of the European Club Association.