La Liga president challenges UEFA to investigate Man City transfers

La Liga president challenges UEFA to investigate Man City transfers

La Liga president challenges UEFA to investigate Man City transfers

Manchester City on the other hand have insisted that a majority of the players they send out on loan do not have fees included, and are adamant they have not breached any rules.

Tebas also warned City that he was pushing for court action against them if UEFA don't act after he complained about them and Paris St-Germain to the European body for "financial doping".

"This is when the football clubs have a competitive advantage not coming from the club itself".

The Spanish league boss was speaking two days after it emerged he had written to Uefa to ask for an investigation into what he described as PSG's "history of non-compliance with FFP".

"The LFP recalls that only UEFA is empowered to rule on compliance with the rules of Financial Fair Play by PSG".

Tebas last month requested to UEFA that both PSG and Manchester City be investigated for benefiting from "state-aid" from Qatar and Abu Dhabi respectively.

"Half of the squad left for worldwide duty and they called up reserve players to fill up the group, which is amusing", Bertrand said. "The Ligue 1 wants to remind everyone that only UEFA can express themselves concerning the Federation Internationale de Football Association financial fair play rules".

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Despite Tebas' request for City to also be investigated, Uefa confirmed on Tuesday that there is now no open investigation into the club's adherence to FFP.

Javier Tebas said action had been taken to correct the value of five players loaned by City, part-owners of Girona along with the agent Pere Guardiola, the brother of Pep, the City manager.

"I need more money from TV, otherwise Manchester City with its oil will take all these players", Tebas, head of Spain's top flight, said at the Soccerex conference in Manchester on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, PSG president Nasser al-Khelaifi said PSG had nothing to hide. "We have nothing to hide". We paid everything in a transparent way.

"PSG has a lot more from sponsorship than Manchester United but how can this be possible?" said Tebas.

"They've agreed sponsorships which are not based on market rates". That's impossible. That's financial doping.

He said: "Some of the loan prices were too low".

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