Annoyed by the extension of Kylian Mbappé, the Liga has filed a complaint against PSG with UEFA for non-compliance with the rules of fair play finance. Guest of the After on RMC on Thursday, Juan Branco, the lawyer mandated by Javier Tebas, boss of the Spanish League, explained the reasons for this attack.
Le torchon burns between Javier Tebas and Paris Saint-Germain. Kylian Mbappé’s contract extension, the epilogue of an arm wrestling match between the Parisian club and Real Madrid, has prompted the Liga boss to file a complaint with UEFA for non-compliance with fair play finance rules. The aim is to “change the system and demand that there be harmonization at European level on the rules that apply to fair play finance, the control finance of clubs for the issue of the delusional situation in which we have today with the contracts we know “, explained in the After Juan Branco, the lawyer mandated by Javier Tebas to defend the interests of the Liga.
“For Mbappé, Real has found itself in a position of unfair competition against PSG”
If the new Mbappé contract does not pass completely in Spain, Javier Tebas has been preparing this procedure for a year. “PSG have been dodging applicable law for years,” said Juan Branco. As a result of a number of maneuvers that were not entirely in the nail, stop escaping. “
In the Mbappé case, Juan Branco indicates that the difference between PSG, Real Madrid and “revenus légaux”. “There are no transfusions coming from Qatar,” he said. Real, which has been saving money for years, has not been recruited in recent years. straighten. “
“We hope to change the rules”
For Juan Branco, she is also in France, with her clubs. I quote Troyes and Bordeaux. “Foreign investment funds have arrived to try to speculate and surf on this wave that was launched by this” oligarchy “and this intervention of state clubs. They retire when they saw that they could not go further with clubs almost bankrupt … we are in the same situation! “
With this complaint, Tebas estimates that LFP should never have approved Kylian Mbappé’s contract. “We are calling for a reform of the system and that is why we want to go to the European level.” And the lawyer concluded: “We hope to succeed in changing the rules. And we think we have found the flaw that will allow this to change.”