The Spanish Football League has asked European football governing body UEFA to look into Manchester City’s summer spending as they are “harming the football industry”.
In a statement to the Associated Press, Tebas claimed that Man City and PSG are benefiting from state aid from their Middle-East backers, which is “distorting European competitions” and “irreparably harming the football industry”.
Man City, bought by the Abu Dhabi Group in 2008, spent a total of £215m during the most recent transfer window.
Tebas wrote to Uefa on 22 August requesting investigations into City and PSG and the game’s European governing body said on Friday that it would look into whether PSG was flouting rules designed to control excessive spending by top European clubs. Tebas wants Uefa to look into “PSG’s history of noncompliance”.
Both City and PSG spent hundreds of millions in the transfer window that closed last week.