La Liga chief Javier Tebas has voiced his concern on the distribution of money in football: “We do not have to make the stars richer.”
The president of the Spanish league spoke once more of his opposition to a European Super League and believes money is too concentrated in the hands of the few.
“We do not have to make the stars richer,” Tebas told reporters this week, as cited by Marca.
“There is so much money in football that this does not only have to benefit the top clubs and the best players, this needs to be spread out more.
“The European Super League? It is detrimental to the clubs and it will not generate the income that many believe that it will.
“This will significantly reduce the value of national championships and cups and it means players can buy seven luxury cars instead of five.”