La Liga president Javier Tebas says that clubs like Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City are a “big problem” for European football as rumours of a European Super League continue.
“The problem of teams like PSG and Manchester City is the big problem of European football. Why? Because they have companies backing them that don’t care if they lose money,” Tebas said.
“The other big clubs like Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich try to compete so that their best players don’t leave.”
“That’s why ideas like the European Super League come in, which would be a big mistake, and other proposals that would end up harming the football industry in general. Then these ‘State Clubs’ or those backed by some multimillionaire are the biggest danger to European football.”