REAL Madrid president Florentino Perez demands he can’t envision “Spain without Catalonia nor La Liga without Barcelona” yet has conceded worry at the political emergency clearing Spain in the midst of Catalonia’s drive for autonomy.
“There are hypotheticals that I don’t consider. I am not considering a Spain without Catalonia nor La Liga without Barcelona,” the Real president for about 15 years more than two spells told online daily paper El Espanol on Wednesday.
“Clearly it stresses me like every other person, however I can offer little help.
“I believe the legislature and the gatherings that back the constitution that have joined to take care of the issue in the most ideal way.”
Spain has been covered in vulnerability since a freedom submission called by expert nonconformist gatherings — and regarded illicit by the Spanish government — on October 1 was damaged by a vicious crackdown on individuals attempting to vote.
Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia, and the Barcelona football Club have upheld the locale’s entitlement to self-assurance, however held back before supporting autonomy.
La Liga president Javier Tebas declared on Tuesday that he has postponed putting future global TV rights out to delicate because of the vulnerability.
As indicated by Tebas, the TV rights are probably going to lose 20 to 25 percent of their esteem should Barca leave La Liga.
Nonetheless, Barca want to stay in the Spanish association.
REAL Madrid COACH Zinedine Zidane has likewise communicated his desire for La Liga not to lose the world-well known Real-Barca Competition.
El Clasico conflicts between the two are routinely the most viewed coordinates the world over, drawing in an announced crowd of 650 million.