La Liga Claims Manchester City and PSG are accused of violating FFP rules
La Liga sent a detailed statement to UEFA citing the violation of FFP rules by clubs such as Manchester City and PSG, claiming that such clubs are responsible for “altering the ecosystem and the sustainability of football.”
In recent news, La Liga has officially filed a complaint with UEFA against Premier League giants Manchester City and Ligue 1 heavyweights Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) for alleged financial fair play (FFP) violations. The official complaint from Spain’s top flight came shortly after several reports surfaced claiming that the league president was dissatisfied with the way Kylian Mbappe turned down a move to Real Madrid after being offered one of the most lucrative contracts in football history.
Furthermore, La Liga has hired law firms in both France and Switzerland with the intention of filing administrative and judicial actions with “competent French bodies and the European Union as soon as possible.”
When it comes to Switzerland, Spain’s top flight is also looking into different representation options due to potential conflicts of interest with PSG president Nasser Al-roles Khelaifi’s in UEFA, ECA, and BeIN Sports.