Kylian Mbappe’s transfer saga will have a long tail even though he has officially stayed at PSG. Because La Liga will take legal steps because they have suspicions about PSG’s financial condition. Kylian Mbappe’s time enters an important period at the end of the 2021/2022 season. Mbappe’s old contract with PSG will expire in June 2022. Mbappe has an important offer from his boyhood club, Real Madrid.
Last week, Madrid was very confident with their offer of Mbappe. There have been intensive negotiations and Mbappe looks set to be part of Carlo Ancelotti’s concoction team next season.
But, the last meeting between PSG and Mbappe changed everything. PSG allegedly offered Mbappe a financial ‘monster’ deal. La Liga was inflamed. Report PSG to Court
La Liga seems unhappy with the agreement reached by PSG and Kylian Mbappe. They will file a lawsuit against PSG. La Liga will report PSG to several related parties. “La Liga will submit a report on PSG to UEFA, the French administrative and fiscal authorities, and the European Union authorities to continue to maintain the European football economic ecosystem and its sustainability,” La Liga said in a statement.
According to La Liga, Mbappe and PSG’s deal could have a bad impact on football. In addition, La Liga is suspicious of PSG’s financial condition. La Liga finds PSG’s move financially elusive. “La Liga would like to state that this type of deal attacks the economic stability of European football, jeopardizes hundreds of thousands of jobs and the integrity of sport, not only in European competitions but also in domestic leagues,” he said.
La Liga would like to state that this type of deal attacks the economic stability of European football, and jeopardizes hundreds of thousands of jobs and the integrity of the sport, not only in European competition but also in domestic leagues.
It is a shame that a club like PSG, which last season reported a loss of more than 220 million euros after posting losses of more than 700 million euros in previous seasons (while reporting sponsorship income with dubious valuations), cost the squad around 650 million euros for the season. this could close such deals, while clubs that we’re able to sign players without seeing their salaries compromised, were left without being able to sign him.
La Liga will submit a report on PSG to UEFA, the French administrative and fiscal authorities, and the European Union authorities to continue to maintain the European football economic ecosystem and its sustainability.
La Liga president Javier Tebas also reacted to Kylian Mbappe’s decision to stay at PSG. According to Tebas, what PSG did was as dangerous as European Super League (ESL) clubs. “What PSG will do by renewing Mbappe’s contract for big money (to find out where and how they paid him) after losing 700 million euros in the last few seasons and having a salary of over 600 million euros, is an INSULATION of football,” Tebas said.
“Al-Khelafi is as dangerous as any European Super League team,” said Tebas.