La Liga chief Javier Tebas has accused Inter of ‘having no money’ and using ‘tricks’ to bring in players.
Inter have signed several players on loan with options to buy this summer, among them Matteo Politano and Keita Balde Diao, prompting Tebas to put them in the same boat as two of his pet hates - Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City.
“Even though great Coaches like Mourinho and Guardiola went away, La Liga continued to grow,” he told ABC.
“It’s clear that I’d have liked to keep Cristiano Ronaldo, but I’d have liked players such as Lewandowski to arrive too.
“However, we should ask ourselves why there are ‘club-states’ inflating the market by taking away players.
“Things don’t happen just because we make mistakes, but I don’t think this is the case, but other clubs things have happened, which shouldn’t happen.
“I’m not only referring to PSG but also Juventus with the signing of Ronaldo and Inter, who have no money to buy players but then offer a mountain of money, the source of which I don’t know.
“Tricks in the market? As for Juve I don’t know. We’ll have to see how their deal [for Ronaldo] pans out, but Inter’s offer for Modric hid some tricks.
“The PSG-Neymar issue was also rigged. PSG are a club of ‘just tricks’ like Manchester City, and this generates circumstances that destabilise the market and media.”