He Real Zaragoza has requested this Tuesday to The league, to Real spanish soccer federation and at Higher Sports Council the end of the competition giving three options for it.
The first is to bring up the six Second Division teams that finished in positions 1 to 6 in the regular season. With this, and with the descent of the last three of the First Division, the 2020-21 season would have 23 teams in the First Division.
The second is that, alternatively, according to the impossibility of playing a play-off with the same weapons, equally and without adulterating the competition, the matches to be played were all definitely ended with 0-0, which, by regulation, would make the highest ranked the Real Zaragoza, whoever went up.
And the third is that if situation 2 were not to be considered, that the third classified in the regular season, the Real Zaragoza, whoever went up.
The Aragonese club also explains that on the afternoon of this Tuesday it has received the official notification from the Watford FC in which the English formation communicates to the club that it will not extend the loan of the footballer Luis Suarez, which ends this Wednesday, August 5. In this situation, the Real Zaragoza, with advice from the specialist in Sports Law Juan de Dios Crespo, from the Law Firm Ruiz-Huerta and Crespo, has sent a request to both The leaguelike at Royal Spanish Federation
soccer and at Higher Sports Council, informs the club. As argued in the document, “this causes the Real Zaragoz
to sports damage impossible to repair on the field of play. “