Paris Saint-Germain : La Liga chief says club makes mockery of system

Pablo Maffeo is currently playing in LaLiga

Pablo Maffeo is on loan at Girona from Manchester City

"As you would expect, Manchester City Football Club and the City Football Group are seeking appropriate legal counsel and will act accordingly on that advice".

The Spanish league boss was speaking two days after it emerged he had written to Uefa to ask for an investigation into what he described as PSG's "history of non-compliance with FFP".

He added: "They are laughing at the system".

European football's governing body Uefa has already said it has no plans to investigate City over the Premier League club's financial situation. Neymar has peed from the diving board.

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"I have informed the club by email and registered a letter that we don't accept this situation", he is reported as saying by L'Equipe.

The 55-year-old, who has run La Liga since 2013, explained he has no problem with Abu Dhabi, Qatar or any other state deciding it wants to buy a football club, as long as they play fair. We believe the European Union need to investigate, too.

City did not charge Girona a loan fee for any of the five players they sent to the club, although that is not unusual in itself - they did not charge Celtic a loan fee for striker Patrick Roberts when he agreed another 12-month spell with the Scottish champions this summer.

PSG, also under the ownership of wealthy Middle-Eastern backers, have themselves taken transfer spending to a new level this summer as they paid £198m for Brazilian forward Neymar and agreed to hand over £166m to sign Kylian Mbappe permanently next year.

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City Football Group (CFG), group that own the Manchester team, acquired 88.6% of Girona's shares at the end of August, along with the company owned by Pere Guardiola.

"Manchester City with all this oil [money] will take all these players and we need to protect ourselves".

"We carried out this study of the accounts - income streams, sponsorship, etc. PSG has a lot more from sponsorship than Manchester United".

Manchester City also spent heavily in the last transfer window, lavishing an estimated £221 million (242 million euros, $288 million) on players although they offloaded several too. "That is impossible. That is financial doping".

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