The president of The league, Javier Tebas, and some executives of LaLiga Santander They will appear tomorrow to assess the situation generated after the announcement of “the creation of a secessionist European league”, alluding to the Super League.
After this announcement late last Sunday the 18th, The league called a meeting with their clubs for tomorrow and this Wednesday confirmed that Thebes and other managers will appear from 2.30 pm in a digital meeting with the media.
LaLiga and its president have shown these days an energetic rejection of the Superliga, in which Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atlético de Madrid appear as founders, after considering the project as “a selfish approach, designed to further enrich the wealthiest” .
“It will undermine the appeal of the entire game and will have a profoundly detrimental impact on the immediate future of LaLiga, the clubs that comprise it and the entire football ecosystem,” LaLiga said after the announcement of the launch of the Super League by of twelve clubs, the three Spanish, the Italian Juventus, Inter Milan and Milan, and six English, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal.
In the last, the six English clubs have resigned and they have now been joined by Atlético de Madrid and Inter.