La Liga has lodged a complaint with the European Commission over Paris funding. Saint-Germain Just hours after the French champions signed Ousmane. Dembele from Barcelona
La Liga has filed a complaint against Paris. Saint-Germain to the European Commission Just hours after the French champions signed Ousmane. Dembele from Barcelona
Dembele moved from the Catalan club to PSG for 50.4 million euros (43.5 million pounds) on Saturday. It continues a summer of major renovations in the French capital, with superstar Lionel Messi departing for Inter Miami, while Kylian Mbappe’s future And Neymar is still unclear.
Megastars Mbappe and Neymar – the latter who is currently ruled out through illness – have both been excluded from the club’s Ligue 1 opener, with both keen on leaving PSG before the summer transfer window closes and. Be part of a group of five players who are encouraged to issued by the head of the club
Midfielder Marco Verratti joins them and is not yet in the squad to face Lorient on Saturday in the club’s first match under new boss Luis Enrique, with other summer arrivals including Marco Asensio. And Goncalo Ramos has made PSG keen to move several of their highest-earning players.
La Liga’s complaint against the French capital club to the European Commission concerns “Subsidies received by clubs which (La Liga) believes are market distortions and are against EU foreign subsidy regulations.”
The problem of the Spanish league involves ‘PSG’s funding mechanism which severely distorts the European Union (EU) internal market’ La Liga believes EU foreign subsidy regulations have been violated by subsidies received by French clubs from Qatar.
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PSG is operated by Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), chaired by French club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi. Emir of Qatar, Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, bought a 70% stake in the club through state QSI during the period. Summer 2011 and established PSG as the main force in French football.
In addition to owning 100 per cent of PSG, QSI also has a 21.67 per cent stake in Portuguese club Braga, widely regarded as the country’s fourth-largest club. hopes to become an investor in other European clubs in continental competition alongside At least one club in South America
QSI wants to emulate City Football Group, which is 81% owned by Abu Dhabi United Group. They own Manchester City, Mumbai City, Melbourne City. and New York City while holding shares in seven other clubs, including Brazilian club Bahia.
Addressing their complaint, La Liga said: ‘This regulation, effective from 12 July 2023, deals with foreign subsidies made by non-EU states to companies conducting economic activities within the internal market. Taking into account the giving by a public company that is directly and indirectly controlled by the state This includes subsidies received within the five years prior to the regulation’s enforcement.
“For this reason, La Liga filed a complaint alleging that PSG received foreign subsidies from the State of Qatar. This makes it possible to improve the competitive position. This caused great distortion in many national and EU markets.
The Spanish champions stick to their traditional style with this shirt. But the club says there’s a simple detail that reflects the club’s ‘pioneering spirit’ and makes it stand out from all other Barca shirts: a diamond on the frame of the club crest. Used to play a football game at Camp Nou.
“Especially As noted in the complaint, PSG acquired resources that were not relevant to the market. This distorts many of the relevant markets, allowing PSG to use foreign subsidies to sign top players and coaches who are above their potential in the normal market circumstances.” with market value This allows them to increase their athletic performance. As well as affecting the ability of competing clubs to recruit.
‘This enhanced sporting position allows PSG to increase its competitive position in sporting related markets. (e.g. markets for audiovisual competitions or sponsorship markets), thereby increasing the club’s value in those markets.
“So La Liga believes that European Commission Thanks to this new regulatory tool, It will take necessary measures to eliminate market distortions such as those described above. which has severely damaged the sporting ecosystem.”
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