- Tebas: PSG are ‘enemies’ and ‘as dangerous as the Super League’
- Paris club say La Liga president should get own house in order
An extraordinary war of words has broken out between Paris Saint-Germain and La Liga’s president, Javier Tebas, after he accused the French club of being “enemies” and “as dangerous as the Super League”.
Tebas, a long-time critic of PSG and Manchester City, said La Liga was “going to fix the PSG problem” before promising to “fight against the club states”. La Liga’s president then questioned the sustainability of PSG’s spending, and called their team “a league of legends” after signing players such as Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos, who are 34 and 35 respectively.