LaLiga president Javier Tebas answered no matter whether he thinks the Tremendous League venture is lifeless in an interview with ESPN.
“No. Florentino [Perez] hardly ever loses, I have known him for a lot of yrs. The Tremendous League is not a event, it’s a concept from several many years back that the massive clubs in Europe should decide and rule in earth soccer.”
Tebas has remained consistent with his claims that the Tremendous League notion is not dead and will resurface in the long run. He clearly even now believes Florentino even now has some tricks up his sleeve to make certain his tips materialize.
He was requested about Lionel Messi’s departure from Barcelona to PSG this past summer and if it has experienced a financial effect on LaLiga. Tebas drew comparisons to Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure from True Madrid to Juventus various seasons ago.
“No. Zero. A a person-off departure by a star or two, just as it took place with Cristiano [Ronaldo] does not have an affect on [LaLiga]. If you seem at it, Serie A did not mature with Cristiano.”
Tebas finished with some perception into LaLiga’s viewpoint on the Supercopa de España moving out of Spain and to Saudi Arabia about the following decade.
“I continue to haven’t discussed it with our legal workforce but picture that we will acquire it to the Supreme [Court]. “It’s a disgrace and it is incoherent that this happens when the Spanish Supercopa is taken out of Spain, which is a little something that would seem excellent to me. I could criticize that it is performed in Saudi Arabia, but I am not likely to go into this, it is currently like this till 2029 I feel.”