Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi and Neymar: more unequal than ever League
The signing of Bale for almost 100 million euros becomes the most expensive transfer in history, that of his teammate Cristiano Ronaldo is the second. With the signing of the Welshman, Real Madrid brings together the two most expensive players in the world. Barcelona by his side, He also put a few million on the table to sign Neymar who joins the one who is considered the best player in the world, Leo Messi. Is the League more unbalanced than ever?, the answer is resounding, and.
Despite the oasis in the desert that Atlético de Madrid looks like and the good times that teams like Real Sociedad and Villarreal are going through, with three victories in the first three league games, the League points to an abysmal difference between the first and the second and the rest.
It is clear that it has always been this way, but in recent years the differences have been accentuated, the latter more if possible. As we already said in another article, while in the rest of the teams considered the upper middle class of Spanish football, their franchise players have jumped ship, Real Madrid and Barcelona, they have gotten bigger. This duel seems to increase even more. Both teams have two luxury squads, the most expensive in the world and possibly also the best, with the permission of other European greats like Bayern.
Barcelona has put together a lethal connection from the best in the world. Messi and Neymar already begin to associate, they are starting to do mischief. They are the most prominent but watch out for the squires: Iniesta, Xabi, Busquets, Tello, Pedro, Cesc, Mascherano and a few more tons of talent, obviously we are not going to discover Barcelona now.
Real Madrid has paid 100 million euros per Bale, by Cristiano disbursed 94. To give you an idea, with what those two players cost, the budget of six or seven First teams comes out together. Shielded by Modric, Isco, Xabi Alonso, Benzema, Di Maria and a few more signed by check book, the differences become gigantic.
But the biggest difference with other seasons and that make it even more unbalanced than other summers is that the rest of the teams have had to resort to players from the Second Division or other minor tournaments to adjust to their economic restrictions, which are not few while the two greats live oblivious to this and have carte blanche to sign what they want. Welcome to the League of inequalities, the league of falsehoods.