La Liga President Javier Tebas Reveals Only Team That Can Sign Mbappe and Haaland in Spain
- Javier Tebas has claimed that Real Madrid is the only Spanish team that has the capability to potentially sign Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland
- Madrid has been linked with both stars in the past with Mbappe turning down the lure of the Spanish champions last summer
- Mbappe and Haaland are regarded as the two most valuable players in the world right now
La Liga president Javier Tebas hopes superstar forwards Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland will someday play in Spain and already knows the team they could play for.
Mbappe and Haaland are two of the most valuable strikers in world football at the moment due to their current form for Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City respectively.
According to Sportskeeda, Tebas believes if both stars were to make the switch to Spain in the future, only Real Madrid has the ability to sign both players.
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Both Mbappe and Haaland have been on Real Madrid’s wishlist in the past, with Los Blancos missing an opportunity to sign the Frenchman when his PSG contract expired last summer.
Mbappe is currently valued at a staggering €180 million while 22-year-old Haaland is rated at €170 million in the latest transfer valuations.
Tebas slams Premier League transfer spending
Meanwhile, La Liga president Javier Tebas has supported the call for further regulations to stop English Premier League clubs from overspending, Tribal Football reports.
English Premier League clubs spent an extraordinary £815 million in the just concluded January transfer window with Chelsea leading the pack under the guidance of co-owner Todd Boehly.
Tebas has now urged UEFA to take action as he claims La Liga want clubs to spend what they can afford and generate themselves.
Tebas wages financial war with at Premier League
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Javier Tebas has aimed a swipe at the English Premier League, sensationally claiming it is not a financially sustainable model.
Tebas has cut a controversial figure in European football, continually criticizing Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain for their funding.
The 60-year-old's criticism of the Premier League stems from last summer's spend by clubs from the most marketable league in the world.