The top-tier Spanish league i.e., the La Liga has filed a complaint against the Ligue 1’s Paris Saint Germain, and Kylian Mbappe is said to be the central perspective here. The Spanish League said the same on Wednesday that the French club broke the rules of financial fair play when it gave the Frenchman Kylian Mbappe a new deal, which primarily convinced him to reject a move to the Spanish capital, Real Madrid.
La Liga said that it denounced PSG to UEFA this week, which added a similar complaint against Manchester City in April, which states that it also continuously fails to comply with the current regulations of the financial fair play.
La Liga more on this regard
The league said in a statement that they consider that these practices alter the ecosystem and the sustainability of football, and also harms all the other European clubs and leagues. Also, they only serve to artificially inflate the market with money got generated in this sport itself.
Kylian Mbappe rejected Real Madrid last month, and with that, the Spanish league said that the Frenchman’s new 3-year-contract with the French club was indeed very scandalous, and also hurts the economic stability of the European football.
Disregarding the rules of financial fair play
Javier Tebas, the president of the Spanish League has often attacked the state-owned clubs for what he primarily calls their disregard for the financial fair play rules. After the news of Mbappe staying at PSG, and rejecting Real Madrid, broke, he tweeted that it is an insult to soccer.
Ligue 1 later wrote a letter to Tebas criticizing the attacks of the La Liga president, stating that they were unfounded. The Spanish league also said that it is also considering legal action against Al-Khelaifi, the president of PSG, for conflict of interest, over his with various soccer-related entities, as well as the UEFA.