Javier Tebas criticized the two clubs for using “financial doping” and considered it a threat of world football.
“Clubs run by the state, they are an unprecedented threat to football. They operate completely off-limits and increase the risk of market inflation to the point of harm through their financial doping. “, Tebas said on the program Totally Football Show.
At the end of May, Tebas claimed that Man City and PSG are destroying football. He called the two clubs “state clubs”, strongly backed by Middle Eastern bosses. Tebas said Man City and PSG spent money uncontrollably, causing damage to other clubs in Europe. This comment by Tebas was rejected by PSG and Man City leaders.
“European football authorities need to show a stronger commitment to healthy football. They need to come up with measures to limit spending with state clubs like City or PSG, to they can’t throw money at the bluff, they need to give tougher penalties to the Financial Justice Law, which I think lacks deterrence to this point, “Tebas said.
Man City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak mentioned that Real and Barca also made the world’s most expensive contracts, with Luis Figo or Zinedine Zidane, to emphasize that La Liga also has no financial limitations. with the club. However, this view was rejected by Tebas.
In Europe, there are always big teams and they can cause distortions. If the spending is not controlled, in the case of Spain, we have tried to reduce debt to the lowest level in history in the past few years, we do not want our big clubs to have a lot of money. more money if other teams don’t have money “.
Four teams in the Champions League semi-finals can receive tickets next season
UEFA president, Ceferin, gave some reform ideas, to help European Cup more attractive.
One of the biggest ideas, according to the Times, is to allow four Champions League semi-finals to qualify for next season’s tournament. This is a breakthrough compared to the current regulation, which only allows teams to include the Champions League champions, Europa League champions and the top teams of European national championships.