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La Liga Officially Complains PSG and Man City to UEFA Regarding Alleged FFP Violations
Sky Sports reports that La Liga has actually been against Manchester City since last April. But recently they complained PSG to European football bodies.
La Liga said that their protest had a strong basis. They considered these two clubs to have committed financial violations through their transfers.
La Liga argues that if this situation continues then these two clubs will damage the fabric of European football. The DNA will have an impact on other clubs.
Check out the official La Liga statement below.
File a Report
Through their official statement, La Liga filed a complaint against PSG and Man City with UEFA for their suspicious transfer and financial activities.
“This week La Liga has lodged a complaint against PSG with UEFA, after in April we complained to Manchester City about these two clubs continuing to violate the rules of financial fair play,” he said.
“La Liga considers the practice of these two clubs to jeopardize the sustainability of European football and they will increase inflation in the transfer market.”
Because of Mbappe and Haaland?
La Liga’s decision to complain to UEFA is suspected to have something to do with the two big transfers made by the two clubs this summer.
Manchester City have officially signed Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund. Whereas Haaland was initially linked with two La Liga clubs, Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Meanwhile, PSG successfully defended Kylian Mbappe, who has reportedly agreed to move to Real Madrid. So the failure of these two big transfers made La Liga furious.
Ever Got Punished
There is hope for La Liga that their demands will be granted by UEFA. Because both PSG and Man City have received an embargo.
In 2014 they were not able to shop freely after they were found guilty by UEFA.