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Man City & PSG are playthings of a state, they're ruining everything - La Liga chief Tebas


The Spanish league's president says that the two clubs have become 'playthings' for billionaires who are making it impossible for teams to keep up



La Liga president Javier Tebas has hit out at Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain, saying the "state-run" clubs are ruining European football.

Man City, owned by Sheikh Mansour, a member of the royal family of the United Arab Emirates and PSG, owned by Qatar Sports Investments, have both achieved huge domestic success in recent years in part due to their big-spending ways.

Read more: Man City & PSG are playthings of a state, they're ruining everything - La Liga chief Tebas

Belgium: Vincent Kompany named in squad for Euro 2020 qualifiers

Vincent Kompany (centre) played seven of Manchester City's last eight games of the season as they clinched a historic domestic treble



Vincent Kompany has been recalled by Belgium for their Euro 2020 qualifiers against Kazakhstan and Scotland.

The 33-year-old announced on Sunday that he is leaving Manchester City to rejoin Anderlecht as player-manager.

Read more: Belgium: Vincent Kompany named in squad for Euro 2020 qualifiers

Christian Pulisic: New Chelsea signing wants to make same impact as Eden Hazard

Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia has described Pulisic as "one of Europe's most sought-after young players"


Chelsea's new £58m forward Christian Pulisic wants to reach the same level as Stamford Bridge favourite Eden Hazard - and hopes he gets a chance to play in the same side as the Belgian next season.

Pulisic signed a five-and-a-half year contract with the Blues in January but was immediately loaned backed to Germany to finish the campaign at Borussia Dortmund.

Read more: Christian Pulisic: New Chelsea signing wants to make same impact as Eden Hazard



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