La Liga Needs World Class Players To Boost Revenue

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“After the Messi-Ronaldo era, La Liga has become a bit deserted.”

1NEWS – After Cristiano Ronaldo left for Juventus in the 2018 season and following Lionel Messi who recently left for Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), the atmosphere of La Liga has become very different. It is undeniable, the two world megastars are the main attraction.

Watching La Liga and the existence of Lionel Messi and Barcelona may be like a vegetable that lacks salt: bland, not tasty — even though it’s edible — and boring to eat.

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In short, La Liga needs some new ‘icons’. First, to replace the rivalry between Messi and Ronaldo. Second, that way La Liga will have more attractiveness, with that competition income will improve, where after the absence of Messi and Ronaldo, La Liga’s ‘money machine’ becomes problematic.

Then who is the right player to solve this problem?

La Liga needs replacements for Messi and Ronaldo

According to veteran Villarreal player — who also played alongside Ronaldo at Los Blancos — Raul Albiol, it is important for La Liga to recruit the best players in the world, especially the young ones. And that according to Albiol is in Kylian Mbappe.

Real Madrid are indeed planning to sign Kylian Mbappe, Erling Haaland and Paul Pogba next summer. Even that effort has been Los Blancos started since the last few years.

This summer’s transfer market, Real Madrid went all out to chase Mbappe but unfortunately PSG still rejected the expensive offer submitted by Los Blancos.

When asked specifically about Mbappe, Albiol said: “I want to see him play in the league, he is a great player, world class and I think players like this are needed in the Spanish league.

“After Cristiano and Messi left – it was important for Mbappe to come.” he told Diario AS. And it’s important for Real Madrid, which is a team I’ve played for.”

Mbappe himself, in the midst of increasing uncertainty over his future at PSG, is also reportedly eager to leave and welcomes Real Madrid’s plans to sign him.

The 22-year-old’s contract expires in 2022.

Speaking to ESPN in August, another PSG star, former Real Madrid player Angel Di Maria insisted that Mbappe would stay at the Parc de Princess, “I think Mbappe will stay. It is clear that he is a player that all the big teams want but with the team that PSG have now, I don’t think he will leave.

“I don’t think he will find a better team than this.” the lid.

(persistent faithadi dharma/gie)

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