TA888 - La Liga just lost Cristiano Ronaldo who decided to leave Real Madrid to Juventus. What is the fate of the Spanish sport betting league in the future? Madrid officially release Ronaldo to Juventus. The Portuguese player sold 100 million euros after nine sport betting seasons in uniformed Los Blancos. Ronaldo's move made La Liga's popularity a question. Understandably, Ronaldo's game and his rivalry with Lionel Messi in Barcelona make the Spanish League one of the hottest and most exciting sport betting competitions in the world.
La Liga president Javier Tebas replied casually about the impact of Ronaldo's departure. He guarantees La Liga will remain a popular competition despite being left behind by the star. "We've been working so this kind of move is meaningless, if I had been worried about 9 out of 10, now it's only 4 out of 10. It's not like that anymore and we've been working so hard that we do not depend on the transfer market," Tebas said. reported by Marca. "In La Liga, we are bigger than the players, just like Real Madrid is bigger than the name of a Cristiano Ronaldo," he explained.
Tebas also ensures television broadcast online sport betting rights are not affected alias plummeted. He even assess the same condition even though Messi follow-up leave. "It's going to be normal in the international market, the Premier League is always the best selling and has no best online sport betting players or clubs. The TV broadcasting market does not work that way," Tebas continued. "No country has told me that I will downgrade it because there is no Cristiano or [Lionel] Messi. They buy the competition, Cristiano will leave and the others will come, but all [rightsholders] have renewed (contract) without questioning the existence of one online sport betting player or other players." added Tebas.