Original title: Tebas: Ronaldo is not necessary for La Liga, Messi is
La Liga President Tebas talked about Messi, Ronaldo and Neymar in an interview with Marca. He said that Messi is an important factor in La Liga and has become a tradition in La Liga, while Ronaldo and Neymar La Liga is not a necessary factor.
Messi and the Barcelona board had an irreconcilable conflict this summer. Out of love for the Catalan giants, Messi chose to stay in the Nou Camp, and his contract with Barcelona expires next summer. At the same time, Neymar has long been associated with his return to La Liga, but neither Barcelona nor Real Madrid can reach an agreement with Paris Saint-Germain on Neymar's transfer. Although Tebas claimed that he wanted to see Neymar return to La Liga, he also said that Neymar is not a necessary factor in La Liga. Tebas said that Neymar and Ronaldo are not like Messi, neither are they important factors in La Liga.
Tebas said: "Yes, I certainly hope that Neymar will come back. With his strength, he has been among the top three in the world. If he appears again, it will be very important for La Liga, even though this is not La Liga. The decisive factor. The most important thing is that we play for 10 months a year, and 20 clubs play against each other every week. They can bring passion and joy to fans in Spain and around the world every weekend. A player like Marl, he can bring you some suitors in popular countries, but he is not a necessary factor, even Ronaldo. On the other hand, Messi is an important factor because he is La Liga tradition."
Barcelona will face Getafe this weekend, and the club coach Koeman hinted in an interview that Messi will start the game on the spot. Koman said: "Messi has spent many years of competition in a tight schedule. If he does not play, he will feel very tired. We hope that every game can choose our best lineup so that we can Win the game. Although people are tired after the international game, everyone feels happy and motivated." Messi helped Argentina beat Bolivia 2-1 during the International Match Day in midweek.