If UEFA do not take action against Paris-Saint Germain then LaLiga president Javier Tebas has declared he will report the French club to the Directorate General for Competition for distorting the market.
The president of the Spanish league is prepared to follow through on his words, unless UEFA intervene first.
“We have the lawsuit ready,” Tebas said to EFE.
“LaLiga will wait until the end of the year to see if UEFA decides to intervene.”
Tebas who has criticized PSG in the past continued to attack the club for distorting the transfer market.
“PSG inject money that is not from their sector and it generates an inflation that is very harmful when it comes to signing players”, he said.
“It distorts the market.
“[UEFA] have to act as soon as possible because there are victims, the clubs that compete with PSG, and that has to be compensated.”
The president also pointed out that the signing of Neymar is just an example and not the only reason for this reaction.
“Before Neymar went to PSG I already warned [PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi] that we were going to denounce him on the issue of state clubs,” Tebas insisted.
“If UEFA do not take a decision, LaLiga will take actions at the European level.
“UEFA have done something because they have opened a disciplinary file against PSG and not with Manchester City, but it is not enough.”
Tebas is aware that UEFA want to wait until the end of the season to see the PSG accounts, but urged the association that governs European football to react more quickly.