La Liga President Wants Guardiola And Mourinho To Return To Spain

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Everything said and done, there is no denying the fact that Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho are still two of the best managers in modern football.

La Liga president Javier Tebas appears to share the same opinion, as he has recently expressed his wish to see the duo return to Spain in the near future.

Not only did he talk about his desire to see the two return, but he also slammed Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain in the process.

While speaking to Daily Mail, Tebas revealed: “I would like to have all the best players and all the best managers. I would like to have Mourinho and Guardiola for example.”

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Never afraid of making enemies, Tebas’ hatred for foreign investment was clearly evident when he made the further statements.

“Madrid was an isolated point,” were his words about Real Madrid being made to pay €18m by the European Commission after their dealings with the local council.

He followed this up by adding: “It was not a PSG or a Manchester City. In the case of PSG and Man City, we are talking about hundreds of millions of euros over five years.”


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“What worries me is that they don’t put a limit on these state-clubs and if they don’t put a limit on this inflation of the market, football will fall in the not too distant future.

“[The European Union] cannot sanction PSG because [Qatar] is not a state inside the EU.

“In the case of PSG it’s not just them receiving state help. They make sponsorship agreements that are false; the economic quantities [involved] are not real.

“They cheat. It’s nothing new. I’ve said it before.”