Javier Tebas is not there and goes directly to the attack. Taking a cue from the conclusion of the deal Mbappé and from the renewal to the sound of millions snatched from Paris Saint-Germain – resulting in a maxi mockery for Real Madrid – the president of La Liga has decided to launch an all-out offensive against those European clubs which, in his opinion, would undermine healthy competition in UEFA competitions to the detriment of the Spanish teams. And so, according to what he reconstructs ASin addition to the Parisian company Manchester City and Juventus are targetedall objects of an exhibit presented to the highest organization on a continental level.
SYSTEM AT RISK – The accusation of Tebas is that PSG, City and Juve have jeopardized the football ecosystem with economic maneuvers that would have affected the ability of the three clubs to move on the transfer market. The terms of the invective conducted against the club chaired by Nasser Al-Khelaifi are well known – for the number one of the La Liga he could not have offered certain figures to extend Mbappé’s contract after having accumulated 700 million losses in the last three seasons – ai which are added the specific cases of champions of England and the company of Andrea Agnelli. The former, already the subject of a complaint by Tebas in the past for the alleged and repeated violations of the rules of Financial Fair Play thanks to very advantageous sponsorship agreements attributable to companies linked to the royal family of Qatar, they saw themselves once again pointing the finger at the deal with Norwegian striker Erling Haaland. “I would like to know how they concluded the operation, also considering the large commission that Raiola was demanding”, Tebas had poisonously commented in the past few weeks. ATTACK AGNELLI – With regard to Juventus, the Spanish manager’s attention would instead be focused on the investigation carried out by the Turin Public Prosecutor regarding the management of the club in the last three seasons: in particular the story of the alleged inflated capital gains which would have allowed the Juventus club to improve its balance sheet situation and to operate with greater freedom on the market. Three open fronts on the table of Javier Tebas, who in past years had also managed to raise UEFA’s attention to the PSG and Manchester City cases, before the Lausanne CAS eliminated the penalties imposed on them in terms of Financial Fair Play. New clouds on the horizon for President Ceferin and the future of European football.