Proposed Tremendous League ‘perfect undertaking to go bankrupt’, says La Liga chief

FILE Picture: Soccer Soccer – Genuine Madrid unveil Reinier – Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid, Spain – February 18, 2020 True Madrid president Florentino Perez during the press conference REUTERS/Juan Medina/File Photograph

MADRID (Reuters) – La Liga president Javier Tebas has warned a breakaway European Tremendous League would not be in the very long time period pursuits of golf equipment, a working day just after Authentic Madrid chief Florentino Perez spoke of an urgent require to reform latest competitions.

“The Super League is a best challenge to go bankrupt, take on the enthusiasts and confront the soccer authorities,” Tebas explained to internet site on Monday.

“The Super League is unfeasible. Whoever states that this is viable, does not know the football business enterprise properly.”

Perez explained on Sunday the COVID-19 pandemic intended soccer had to “innovate and seem for formulas to make certain soccer stays desirable,” adding that the present-day match calendar must be changed to cut down the stress on gamers.

Previous Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu said in October on resigning that he had signed Barca up to the proposed Tremendous League in get to retain the club practical right after having a huge financial hit because of to the pandemic.

Perez also said the best golf equipment desired to obtain means to occur out of the economic crisis caused by the pandemic. However, Tebas said the thought of a Super League, which would not be organised by UEFA, was not common about the continent, specially amid Leading League club bosses.

“I have contacts with the biggest English golf equipment and they are in opposition to the Tremendous League,” he reported.

“They have the ideal opposition and if this Premier League product is effective, if this Champions League model is performing, why do we have to modify?

“This would be a chance. We are not able to get into a war around this concept. The English are the main economic soccer powerhouse and they do not want the Tremendous League.”

Reporting by Richard Martin Editing by Christian Radnedge