New Chelsea owner has reacted to the controversies surrounding Financial Fair Play Rules in European Football, MySportDab reports.
La Liga Boss Javier had stirred reactions after claiming that Manchester City and PSG are the enemies of European football.
The La Liga boss stated that the signing of Haaland by Manchester City and the renewal of Mbappe’s contract by PSG is a dent and threat to Europe’s football ecosystem.
Due to this, the La Liga as a body and member of UEFA have officially filed a complaint against the two teams.
He asserted that Man City and PSG are ‘state clubs’ run by wealthy and powerful countries who flout European Fair Play Rules at will.
He accused both clubs of financial doping, an accusation both clubs have denied vigorously.
In 2020, Manchester City, who were banned for breaching FFP rules, had their banned overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sports.
New Chelsea owner Todd Boehly has reacted to the current wave of concerns about FFP rules.
Todd Boehly, who is ready to spend big in the transfer market, has expressed his concern over the possible effects of FFP rules on Chelsea’s transfer plans.
After the eclipse of Abramovich’s 19 years of Chelsea’s reign, the Blues’ fans were wondering whether Todd Boehly would spend heavily on the transfer market as his predecessor.
Speaking at the SuperReturn Internationa Conference in Berlin, Todd Boehly said, ‘the ability of clubs to acquire players at any price will be limited by FFP, which is beginning to get some teeth.’
‘As UEFA is taking it seriously as it is and will continue, it means teams will be disqualified from competitions and slammed his financial penalties.’
The Blues spent heavily last season to bring Lukaku back.
Todd Boehly’s reaction means that the American investor may be treading carefully with his transfer budget for the Blues.