La Liga have confirmed they will report Paris Saint-Germain to a number of managers after announcing Kylian Mbappe will stay at the club.
Kylian Mbappe has long been linked with a move to Real Madrid, with only PSG blocking a major contract this week.
PSG announced Saturday night that Mbappe would stay, but before that, La Liga have stated they will not take the matter lightly.
The statement read: “In Kylian Mbappe’s announcement of a stay in Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), LaLiga wishes to state that this type of deal undermines the stability of the European football economy, jeopardizing hundreds of thousands of jobs and team integrity. sports, not only in European competitions but also in domestic leagues.
It is unfortunate that a club like PSG, which last season reported a loss of more than 220 million euros after accumulating a loss of more than 700 million euros last season (while reporting funding in questionable amounts), with the club worth around 650 million. this season, he could close a deal like this, and those clubs could hire a player without realizing their salary has been postponed, leaving them unable to sign him.
“LaLiga will file a complaint against PSG before UEFA, the French authorities, the financial authorities, and officials of the European Union to continue to protect the economic environment of European football and its sustainability.
“Earlier LaLiga complained to UEFA for not following the financial fair play by PSG. These complaints were successful and UEFA punished the club, and the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), with a strange decision, lifted the sanctions.
“LaLiga and many European football institutions have hoped that PSG President Nasser Al-Khelaifi, after joining the European football governing body such as the UEFA Executive Committee and the European Club Association (ECA) presidency, will not do so because he knows that The damage they cause, however, is not the case, which is quite the opposite. With PSG having unacceptable wage hikes, and huge economic losses in recent seasons, it is taking an impossible investment in this situation, which undoubtedly means inconsistent with the current economy. governs the rules not only of UEFA but of French football itself.
“This behavior is a clear indication that state-owned enterprises do not respect or want to respect the rules of an important economic industry such as football, which is key to stabilizing hundreds of thousands of jobs.
“This type of behavior, led by Al-Khelaifi, president of PSG, because of his position as a former UEFA member, and ECA president, is a threat to European football at the same level as the Super League.