Real Madrid will denounce Javier Tebas and CVC

It is already official. Real Madrid is going to report with the goal of slowing down the agreement that creates so much harms with the CVC investment fund.

Real Madrid will denounce Javier Tebas and CVC

It is already official. Real Madrid is going to report with the goal of slowing down the agreement that creates so much harms with the CVC investment fund. Just a day after Laliga confirms to the world its forecast of a majority vote in favor of the decision with at least 32 of the 42 clubs, the white entity has confirmed that the fight in offices will not conclude: "The Board Directive of Real Madrid CF, gathered today at 11:00 h, has unanimously agreed to execute both civil and criminal legal actions against the President of Laliga, Don Javier Tebas Medrano, against Don Javier de Jaime Guijarro responsible for the Fund CVC and against the CVC Capital Partners Sicav-FIS itself.

In addition, in the statement it makes it clear that it will not stop there and that it will do everything possible to annul the decision that seems irrevocable as to the other professional clubs of Spanish football refers. "Likewise, the Board of Directors has also decided to carry out the legal actions of all kinds that are utilized to cancel and leave without effect the possible agreements adopted by the Assembly of Laliga, to celebrate on August 12, 2021, with respect to the Convention Between Laliga and the CVC Fund, "he confirmed.

It should be remembered that the operation is of a tremendous magnitude with 2,700 million contribution, an upright with which many competition clubs already have as part of the planning for the next course that begins this weekend. The first day awaits with such expected parties as the Barcelona debut without Leo Messi against Real Society or the first steps in the second stage of Carlo Ancelotti at the head of Real Madrid, who will play against the Alavés.

Updated Date: 10 August 2021, 07:43

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