Real Madrid are tired of the current conflicts with LaLiga and its president Javier Tebas, according to Catalan daily Mundo Deportivo. The Florentino Perez-led club is reportedly studying the option of joining another major European league with a preference for the Premier League.
The crisis continues for Spanish football. According to further information from Catalan daily Mundo Deportivo this Saturday, Real Madrid will simply consider leaving La Liga in the longer term. Several weeks after the European Super League attempt, the Merengue club would study the possibility of joining another European Championship.
In question: Real Madrid leaders believe LaLiga president Javier Tebas is an obstacle. Florentino Perez will already have a priority for a future destination: the Premier League. The President of Real Madrid has also taken information from Serie A and Bundesliga.
Legal complications for joining the Premier League
In addition to Tebas’ strong opposition to the Super League project, Real Madrid now find themselves in a complicated situation, with Spanish professional clubs entering into an agreement with the CVC investment fund. But Real Madrid, FC Barcelona or Atlétic Bilbao have not signed off on this funding provided to teams, which allows them to pay off debt. Perez discovered the existence of this agreement without first consulting it.
In this context of the conflict, Real Madrid would therefore consider leaving. In the corridors of the Bernabeu, the Premier League seems to be the most suitable championship for this fresh start. Real Madrid’s international reach will remain with the English championship, according to its leaders. Nevertheless, joining the Premier League in this period of Brexit will be very difficult, as the United Kingdom has left the European Union. There are many legal complications ahead.
If the project clearly won’t see the light of day this season, the hypothesis is on the table for years to come, also depending on the development of the Spanish championship, which has signed a landmark agreement with an investment fund. . Meanwhile, without Zinedine Zidane and Sergio Ramos, Real Madrid will restart La Liga this Saturday, with Carlo Ancelotti on the bench, traveling to Alves.
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