Spanish league board files complaint with UEFA against Manchester City and PSG for violation of Financial Fair Play


The management of the Spanish football league La Liga has filed a complaint with UEFA against Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain. Both football clubs are said to have violated the rules of Financial Fair Play.

Source: BELGA

La Liga also reports that it is taking legal action against the legal systems of the European Union, France and Switzerland. According to the Spaniards, these offer the opportunity for these clubs to “constantly violate the current rules of Financial Fair Play”.

The complaint against Manchester City was already filed in April, La Liga reports, followed this week by the complaint against Paris Saint-Germain. Chairman Javier Tebas previously spoke of shame that Kylian Mbappe extended his contract with Paris Saint-Germain for an astronomical salary and did not opt ​​for a switch to Real Madrid. “It is outrageous that a club like PSG, which reported losses of more than EUR 220 million last season after having incurred losses of more than EUR 700 million in previous seasons, can conclude such an agreement,” Tebas said.

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