La Liga president Javier Tebas has voiced his opposition to continuing the Superliga project, confirming to Marca on Friday that he has not spoken to Florentino Perez. President of the Real Madrid club, which is a big arrogance of the project.
‘Until two years ago I was able to have a smooth conversation with Florentino Perez. But now I can’t. I spoke to other executives from his club. I know what he thinks about European football,’ Tebas said.
From Tebas’ point of view, Florentino’s project is not only to host the competition instead of UEFA, but also to run European football as a whole.
‘The Super League is not a concept of format. We put a lot of emphasis on the fact that they are closed competitions. There will be no promotion and relegation. That’s not the Super League, the Super League is the club with the most assets that govern European football. That’s what they want, they control, they decide how to distribute the money.’UFABET
Tebas also provided more details on the behind-the-scenes timeline of the Super League project that took place 23 years ago.
‘This concept started in 2000 with Florentino Perez at the forefront, it has always been his passion. In 2000, the G8 was created, then the G14 and after that the Create ECA (European Football Association)’
‘With the Super League, let’s focus on the fact that it’s not just a sporting event. But it is a model of who controls the football. In this case, for them, they must be the richest in Europe. and against that You have to be clear,’ said Tebas.