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Bold statements by La Liga president Javier Tebas? Do you agree?

D-COL

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La Liga president Javier Tebas has accused PSG and Manchester City of "financial doping". I don't remember any Spanish officials complaining about Ronaldo, Bale or Neymar's transfers at the time. Does it make sense to you any La Liga's official to go after French Ligue 1 and Premier League clubs?
 

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They are kicking up a stink post-Neymar to dissuade City from bidding for Messi next summer.
 

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I think we'd all agree with them if it wasn't for the total silence about Barcelona and especially Real Madrid.
 

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Saw a list of the top 20 transfers in football and while PSG were one and two, the majority of them were either Real or Barca with City's biggest fee, and only one of the top 20, coming in at number 14.

You can have reservations on where the initial kickstart came from to push City up to the next level if you must, but to blame City for the recent transfer insanity is just plain wrong.
 

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