Javier Tebas interview: Tough rules, foreign investment and making La Liga sustainable


The power of foreign owners in European football has been made devastatingly clear in recent weeks.

Last season’s Champions League winners Manchester City are ultimately owned by the Abu Dhabi royal family. Beaten finalists Inter Milan are controlled by a Chinese conglomerate that has borrowed heavily from a US asset management firm.

The coming summer transfer window will be dominated by clubs spending money coming from outside their home countries. Chelsea’s US investment fund owners…



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