Los Blancos have taken the fight to Uefa, accusing Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain of violating the Financial Fair Play regulations.

Tebas has regularly slammed the two “state clubs” and fiercely criticized Paris Saint-Germain.

Erling Haaland joins Premier League City for £51.2m from Borussia Dortmund.

Premier League City also have announced the £51.2 million signing of Erling Haaland, previously of Borussia Dortmund.

Both players piqued the curiosity of Real Madrid.

“La Liga realizes that the irregular funding of these clubs is carried out.

Either via direct money injections or through sponsorship.

Other arrangements that do not conform to market circumstances or make economic sense,” stated La Liga in a statement.

To put it another way, “La Liga believes that these activities harm the football ecosystem and its long-term viability.

Affect all European clubs and leagues, and only serve to artificially inflate the market.”

Earlier this week, also La Liga filed a lawsuit against Paris St. Germain, and in April, it filed a case against Manchester City.

Previously, both Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain have put up a strong fight against Tebas’ concerns.

Financial Fair Play breaches

After a two-year ban, the Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled in City’s favor in July 2020.

Allowing them to return to the Champions League.

As of April, Uefa’s new financial standards permitted clubs to lose up.

To twice as much money during three years, from 30 to 60 million euros.

With certain clubs being granted an extra 10 million euros provided they are in “excellent financial condition.

After Mbappe also rejected a transfer to Real Madrid, Tebas indicated La Liga will take legal action against Paris Saint-Germain.

By signing a contract extension with Paris Saint-Germain until 2025.

PSG’s France international has “attacked the economic stability of European football”.

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