By Pete Jenson for MailOnline
Published: 13:14 GMT, 2 March 2021 | Updated: 13:14 GMT, 2 March 2021
The head of LaLiga, Javier Tebas, wants the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) investigated for the way it has handled Financial Fair Play (FFP) appeals after letting Manchester City off a two-year Champions League ban last summer.
LaLiga revealed on Tuesday that Spanish football will have had around £1.7billion (€2bn) wiped off its income by the end of this season because of the coronavirus pandemic.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Its biggest clubs have been hit hardest and ahead of future battles for the signatures of Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe, Tebas was asked what confidence he had in UEFA's FFP rules.
LaLiga's Javier Tebas wants the Court of Arbitration for Sport investigated over FFP appeals
He told Sportsmail: 'If my level of confidence is based on what has happened in recent years, then it's low. But if it is based on the hope of [Aleksander] Ceferin enforcing economic control and ensuring that the rules are fulfilled, then it's different.
'The FFP rules are not the best but I would be satisfied with them just being met and there not being clubs evading them on all sides; that there isn't a City or a PSG.'
Tebas is a long-time critic of Manchester City and once again he referred to them and PSG as 'clubs not based on football but petrol and gas' who had the ability to sign players in a 'not