The French Football League (LFP) responded harshly to the president of the Spanish LaLiga, Javier Tebas, who on Tuesday denounced the breach of PSG’s financial fair play, and said “not to tolerate lessons on financial control.”
“We have no lesson to learn about the financial control of clubs. What is incontestable is that the (French) LFP has been a driving force in Europe with the creation of the DNCG (football club gendarme), which it is still today a regulatory model that works and is recognized by all “, it said in a statement.
The French League, led by Vincent Labrune, denounced that LaLiga “has given a certain wide sleeve with regard to the financial criteria of Spanish clubs for many seasons, which is at the origin of the current problems” in Spain, which they are not the responsibility of the French championship or PSG.
The governing body of the League gala also assured that the demonstrations of Thebes “They are not worthy” of the institution he represents and asked him to “control his outrageous statements.”
“The LFP does not want to be a kind of crutch for M.Tebas as a way to hide the internal problems that Spanish professional football is currently going through”, added the institution.
Thebes declared on September 7 that there is “some objective data that are not sustainable” in the project of Paris Saint-Germain, controlled by a Qatari investment fund. “He spends 500 million euros on salaries, with the losses from Covid and the decrease in television income in France, that is unsustainable”, said the Spanish leader.