Barça unconsciously at the center of soap: ‘At PSG, they open the gas tap’

Javier Tebas, president of La Liga, did not lash out at Paris Saint-Germain chairman Nasser Al-Khelaïfi for the first time. On Twitter, the foreman reacts fiercely to statements made by the Qatari people.
When discussing new financial regulations in Europe, Al-Khelaifi questioned FC Barcelonas policy. The PSG president did that without naming the club, although Tebas did feel attacked. The new agreements control the costs. They will help make football sustainable, Al-Khelaïfi began at an ECA (European Club Association) meeting.
But we have to be careful. Dangerously high debts and magical capital injections are not a sustainable solution. We have to think about the long term and not the short term, he concludes with an alleged sneer at the Catalans. There is nothing magical about it. Barcelona sold some of the properties to cover the losses, Tebas responds on Twitter. At PSG, they open the gas tap. In sustainable football, you first pay what you owe. Right?

This is not the first time that Tebas and Al-Khelaifi have been diametrically opposed. Last summer, the pair got together twice: first, Tebas expressed doubts about Kylian Mbappés new contract with PSG, because the French feud was fast on her way to Real Madrid. Later, Al-Khelaïfi called La Liga a dead competition.

No hay magia el @FCBarcelona_es ha vendido parte de su patrimonio para cubrir sus pérdidas, en el @psg_inside and cambio abres el gas. Para un futbol sostenible lo primero es pagar lo que se debe VERDAD? El recado de Al Khelaifi para el Barça https://t.co/svI5AK7qpy vía @sport
— Javier Tebas Medrano (@Tebasjavier) September 23, 2022