- Barcelona were unhappy with the way Paris Saint-Germain were able to sign Lionel Messi in 2021
- PSG's president recently fired shots at Barcelona and questioned the legality of their transfers
- The Court of the European Union will make a ruling on PSG's signing of Messi after Barcelona's complaint
The battle between Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain continues.
The two sides don’t see eye to eye, and recent comments made by PSG’s president only made things worse.
Nasser Al-Khelaifi said that he couldn’t understand how Barcelona were able to make so many signings despite struggling financially, and suggested that UEFA would be investigating the matter as well, Marca reported.
Reports also did the rounds that PSG would buy a La Liga club based in Barcelona in order to build them up to be better than the Blaugrana.
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Barcelona seems to have triggered the anger of the French side, though.
The complaint is regarding PSG’s adherence to Financial Fair Play regulations and how their spending has reduced the competition between clubs in Europe.
PSG were one of eight clubs to be fined this year for breaching FFP rules.
PSG have become a true financial heavyweight in European football since Qatar Sports Investment took over. The French side have lured many big-name players to France, including Neymar from Barcelona.
Questions over their business practices have lingered over the years, though, and the new ruling by the court could soon reveal a lot more.
Paris Saint Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi questions the legality of Barcelona's summer spending
PSG president Al-Khelaifi raises serious legal questions about Barcelona's summer spending
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Paris Saint-Germain are not happy with Barcelona and are looking to exact some punishment on the Spanish side.
The relationship between the two European giants is fraught with tension, and only appears to be getting worse.
Neymar's move from Camp Nou to France didn't help matters, and Messi leaving the Blaugrana for PSG not long after certainly made things worse.
Source: Sports Brief News