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Mbappe's PSG stay an insult to football, fumes La Liga president Tebas

Sat 21 May 2022 | 18:18

Javier Tebas, the president of LaLiga, has asked how Paris Saint-Germain will be able to pay for Kylian Mbappe's big new deal.

LaLiga boss

Javier Tebas

said that

Paris Saint-Germain

president Nasser Al-Khelaifi was "as dangerous as the

Super League

" after it was revealed that Real Madrid didn't get Kylian Mbappe. Tebas said this because it was revealed that

Real Madrid

didn't get Mbappe.

Reports on Saturday said that Mbappe chose Paris over Madrid because the Spanish league did not have enough appeal to get him to give up the money at PSG. Since October 2011,

Al-Khelaifi

has been the president of PSG. Qatar Sports Investments has made a lot of big changes at the French club, bringing a lot of big-name players to the Parc des Princes.

He didn't try to get PSG to join the controversial European Super League, but the huge amount of money that has been put into the club has been questioned. They have been able to lure players away from LaLiga, like Neymar,

Lionel Messi

, and Sergio Ramos. LaLiga president Tebas is now wondering how PSG can afford to make what is expected to be one of the biggest deals in football history with World Cup winner Mbappe.

Cadena Cope's radio show Tiempo de Juego said that LaLiga could file a complaint against PSG for re-signing Mbappe. The show asked if the Ligue 1 champions were following the rules for financial fair play.

On Twitter, Tebas wrote: "What PSG will do by re-signing Mbappe for a lot of money (where and how they pay him) after losing more than €700 million in the last few seasons and having a salary bill of more than €600 million is an INSULT to football. The Super League is just as dangerous as Al-Khelaifi."


source: SportMob

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