Real Madrid tagged PSG renewing Mbappe’s stay as unhealthy to the football system as they called on necessary bodies to sanction the French side
Los Blancos are clearly frustrated after failing to land their much chased target Kylian Mbappe.
The Spanish Giants went on to blast both the French star and his current club, Paris Saint German for refusing to deal with them.
Real Madrid out of frustration has been backed by the Spanish media to paint Mbappe and the club dirty in public, tagging Mbappe a lover of money.
Having successfully gained the attention of the UEFA President with their wailing, Madrid will as well be very disappointed with the 54-year-old’s response.
Speaking on the complaints from Real Madrid, Aleksander Ceferin reminded the Spanish side that the UEFA still has their very strict financial fair play rule in place;
“Whoever will respect our rules is welcome to play in our competitions; who will not respect the rules will not,” Ceferin said.
“Look not Real Madrid or anyone else will tell Uefa what to do. They are outraged from one point of view and, as much as I know, their offer was similar to [PSG’s] offer.”
Ceferin further stressed on the necessity to stop calling State owned clubs insults to the industry;
“I’ve said that many times and I will say it again, tell me one argument why they shouldn’t be the owners of a club,” Ceferin said.
“If you say that clubs belong to the fans, don’t you think that the other English clubs have owners – they have owners from the United States, some from the Middle East, they have owners from England. So it’s exactly the same situation and I’m really tired of these accusations without any concrete grounds.
“I want to know who broke the rules and if you break the rules then you will be punished.”