& # 39; Figures are incorrect & # 39 ;: LaLiga boss Javier Tebas calls on UEFA to punish Manchester City for alleged infringements of the Financial Fair Play
- Manchester City becomes investigated by UEFA about Financial Fair Play infringement
- LaLiga president Javier Tebas wants the Premier League club to be severely punished
- Thebes stood that both Man City and Paris Saint-Germain had questions to answe
Manchester City must be punished by UEFA for financial & # 39; doping & # 39; because their & # 39; figures are incorrect & # 39 ;, LaLiga president Javier Tebas has repeated.
Tebas has previously accused City and Paris Saint-Germain of & # 39; ruin the entire system & called for them to be thrown out of the European league.
City is currently being investigated for possible violations of the rules of Financial Fair Play, with the threat of Champions League expulsion still being a possibility.
They are ready to play in next year's competition, even while awaiting their fate, but, speaking ahead of those developments, Tebas claimed: & # 39; Of course, a sanction must be imposed … I know the numbers from Manchester City, where their income comes from, and those numbers don't match to a certain extent. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; One of the most important problems in European football is related to (financial) doping. Because if we have clubs that are funded by states, that has an impact on salaries. & # 39;
Both Abu-Dhabi-managed City and Qatari-supported PSG have been examined with regard to FFP rules, which are designed to prevent clubs from spending more than their means.
& # 39; I think in some cases (UEFA) some FFP cases have been handled appropriately and for that they have to be congratulated, but there are two specific cases, Manchester City and PSG, which I believe not be handled correctly, & Tebas said.
& # 39; That is not only my opinion, it is also members of the UEFA financial committee who thought it was a good idea to case reopen. & # 39;
At the launch of LaLigaTV, Tebas also accused UEFA of not enforcing & # 39; of compliance.
PSG was freed from misconduct in 2018, but City was referred to UEFA's Club Financial Control Body after allegations they blew up the value of a sponsorship deal in what was claimed as an attempt to enforce FFP rules bypass and mislead.
City strongly denies the accusations.
Both she and UEFA refused to comment.
LaLigaTV, the special 24/7 channel with all LaLiga competitions, is available for SKY residential and commercial subscribers on Channel 435 and Virgin TV customers on Channel 554 via Premier Sports.