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Rumors Real Madrid Wants to Leave the Spanish League, Move to the English League!

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Real Madrid It’s still a matter of feud with LaLiga authorities. Now there are rumors that El Real wants to leave the Spanish League and consider other league options, including the Premier League in the English League.

Real Madrid is currently still the most successful club in the Spanish League in terms of the number of trophies achieved, which reached 34 titles. Far ahead of his two closest rivals, Barcelona (26) and Atletico Madrid (11).

However, Real Madrid’s relationship with LaLiga is strained. In addition to the European Super League episode, LaLiga President Javier Tebas’ decision to cooperate with CVC Capital Partners also angered Los Blancos.

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It has even come to the point where Real Madrid, through Florentino Perez the president, is considering exiting the LaLiga competition. At least that’s what the Spanish media Mundo Deportivo claims.

In the report, Real Madrid is said to be looking for an alternative domestic league outside of LaLiga. The English Premier League is said to be Perez’s “top choice”, due to the large income British clubs receive from television broadcasts when compared to Spain.

Still according to Mundo Deportivo, Florentino Perez does make the Premier League a priority if he withdraws from the Spanish League. But he is also looking at options for the German Bundesliga and Italian Serie A.

Mundo Deportivo also stated that the move would obviously “have a huge worldwide shock effect, but club officials still feel there are strong arguments to consider this option very seriously.”

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In this context, this report also makes the Brexit factor one of the main obstacles to Real Madrid’s possibility of moving to the Premier League in the Premier League.

SportBible added that this report was immediately commented on by LaLiga boss Javier Tebas via Twitter. Among other things, through three emojis of laughing out loud when he said, “that’s a lot of bullshit we’re seeing right now.”

Real Madrid will start their work in LaLiga 2021/2022 by facing Alaves on Saturday night local time, or Sunday (15/8) early morning WIB.

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