Ander Herrera, midfielder of Paris Saint-Germain, claims Ligue 1 supervisors were “too outrageous” in taking the season to an early end.
On 30 April, PSG was proclaimed champions after the majority of the French top-flight season was called off due to the coronavirus pandemic, with most teams just having 10 games left.
The Bundesliga, be that as it may, continued earlier this month and preparations are in place to bring La Liga, Serie An, and the Premier League back on track in June.
Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas, with his side completing seventh and missing out on a spot in the Champions League, was outspoken in his restriction to voiding the season.
Herrera is also uncertain why the Ligue de Football Professionnel (LFP) has been so quick to cancel the remainder of 2019-20 and admits that those as yet participating are “jealous.”
“France wrongly canceled the league as I would see it, as it shows they can return. You see the activities of your team-mates and you are jealous,” Herrera told Marca.
Last July Herrera joined Manchester United’s PSG on a five-year deal and made 18 appearances in all rivalries during his first campaign for the French giants.
French football authorities have agreed to defer Ligue 1 and Ligue 2’s 2019-20 season in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, which has caused in excess of 358,000 deaths worldwide.
For a third consecutive year, PSG has consequently proclaimed champions, having already assembled an important lead over Marseille’s second situation with a game in hand.
Amiens and Toulouse were relegated while Lyon had to accept a seventh-place get done with 10 games left to play, which just because since 1996 had seen them pass up European qualification.