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LFP Slams LaLiga President Javier Tebas' Critique Of PSG And Neymar

08 September, 2017, 00:53 | Author: Christina Hansen
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Tebas is understood to have already called on UEFA to investigate City for alleged financial doping however, the governing body now has no plans to launch an enquiry.

"But this is not exclusively because of Neymar. We are being destroyed and this is going to damage the industry".

The French football league has also criticised Tebas.

"Some of the loan prices were too low", Tebas, speaking at the Soccerex conference in Manchester this Wednesday, said.

'These unworthy remarks are unbefitting an institution as respectable and successful as the Spanish league.

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He also said that "the door ... is still open, and we should convince all member states to fulfill their commitments". Since its introduction in September 2015, the quota system has fallen short of reaching its 120,000 target.

PSG, meanwhile, could also face a battle with one of their own players, with Hatem Ben Arfa reportedly ready to haul the club in front of the LFP after he was banished to train with the reserves.

Emery also noted that a number of reserve-team players had joined first-team training when necessary, and that was again the case during the global break with numerous first-teamers playing for their countries. "We have to get a system that is fair to the victims".

Tebas said however he was not pushing for PSG or City to be banned from European competition.

"Manchester City paid almost £900m, PSG £868m for transfers, If we don't control the situation the whole industry will become destructured".

He said he took some hope from the fact that Chelsea's Russian owner Roman Abramovich has "settled down" in his spending.

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Manchester City are caught up in a legal dispute with the president of the Spanish league after being accused of trying to "cook the books" with players loaned to Girona.

Barcelona faced criticism for carrying sponsorship from the Qatar Foundation and later Qatar Airways on their shirts, but Tebas argued he was not being "hypocritical" in defending that deal.

City did not charge Girona a loan fee for any of the five players they sent to the club, although that is not unusual in itself - they did not charge Celtic a loan fee for striker Patrick Roberts when he agreed another 12-month spell with the Scottish champions this summer.

"They've agreed sponsorships which are not based on market rates".

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