'Peed-off' La Liga boss angers Manchester City

'Peed-off' La Liga boss angers Manchester City

A City spokeswoman said last night: "Mr Tebas" statements are ill-informed and in parts pure fiction.

A City spokeswoman said: "We note the public comments made by Mr Tebas today and earlier this week".

The president of La Liga insinuated that the club manager by Pep Guardiola modified the value of the players loaned to Girona in order not to break financial rules.

Over the course of the summer, Girona signed five City players on loan - Douglas Luiz, Marlos Moreno, Larry Kayode, Aleix Garcia and Pablo Maffeo.

"What we have done is caught them peeing in the bed, or in the swimming pool".

"Half of the squad left for worldwide duty and they called up reserve players to fill up the group, which is amusing", Bertrand said.

"As they can expect, Manchester City Football Club and City Football Group have sought legal advice and will act accordingly", the statement continued.

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Tebas added: "This is when the football clubs have competitive advantage not coming from the club itself, PSG and Manchester City and in the past Chelsea".

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

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. The club remains under that cap after the aforementioned loan deals, though City say they haven't charged non-City Group affiliated clubs loan fees in the majority of deals of this type and deny seeking to "cook the books" in any way.

That provoked a strong reaction from the French league.

"These words are not worthy of an institution as respectable and effective as the Spanish league".

Girona, are competing in the top tier of the Spanish league for the first time this season. "That is impossible. That is financial doping".

After a summer in which it was made clear to the midfielder he was surplus to requirements at the Parc des Princes, Ben Arfa surprisingly did not leave the club, preferring to see out the remaining 12 months of his contract.

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