La Liga president Javier Tebas has warned a breakaway European Super League would not be in the long phrase interests of clubs, a day immediately after Real Madrid main Florentino Perez spoke of an urgent need to reform present competitions.
MADRID: La Liga president Javier Tebas has warned a breakaway European Tremendous League would not be in the extended expression passions of golf equipment, a working day just after Serious Madrid main Florentino Perez spoke of an urgent need to reform recent competitions.
“The Tremendous League is a great challenge to go bankrupt, consider on the followers and confront the soccer authorities,” Tebas instructed website Target.com on Monday.
“The Tremendous League is unfeasible. Whoever suggests that this is viable, does not know the soccer company very well.”
Perez explained on Sunday the COVID-19 pandemic meant soccer experienced to “innovate and look for formulation to make certain football stays attractive,” incorporating that the present match calendar need to be transformed to lessen the stress on players.
Previous Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu explained in October on resigning that he had signed Barca up to the proposed Super League in purchase to continue to keep the club practical immediately after using a huge fiscal strike owing to the pandemic.
Perez also mentioned the leading golf equipment wanted to find techniques to appear out of the financial disaster triggered by the pandemic. However, Tebas reported the notion of a Super League, which would not be organised by UEFA, was not popular about the continent, particularly between Premier League club bosses.
“I have contacts with the greatest English clubs and they are towards the Super League,” he said.
“They have the ideal opposition and if this Premier League design works, if this Champions League model is operating, why do we have to improve?
“This would be a possibility. We are unable to get into a war more than this idea. The English are the leading financial soccer powerhouse and they don’t want the Tremendous League.”
(Reporting by Richard Martin Editing by Christian Radnedge)