The president of Paris SG Nasser Al-Khelaïfi denounced “the lessons” of the president of the Spanish League Javier Tebas, who has filed a complaint against the Parisian club and Manchester City accusing them of breaching the regulation of “financial fair play”. “Tebas who?“, launched the boss of PSG in an interview published on Wednesday by the Italian sports daily the Gazzetta dello Sportabout the La Liga boss.
“I don’t give lessons to anyone, nor interfere with other clubs or leagues. It’s rude to pretend to tell others what to do. I don’t accept the lessons of those who see the Champions League as a threat to their own championship“, underlines Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, also at the head of the European Club Association (ECA), opposed to the private Superleague project still supported by the two biggest clubs in Spain, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. “Real deserved to win the Champions League. They celebrated her for days and now they wanna kill her“, he continues.
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