real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois He believes the continued success of the club in Europe can balance European strength. Premier League.
England’s best flight for the fifth time in six seasons will have at least two reps in the quarterfinals of the competition, where the Spanish giants have won a record 14 times.
Six Premier League teams have landed in the last five finals – two of which were top events – and Liverpool and Chelsea have one win each, the same number Real won in the same period after three in the four years 2014-17. .
While English clubs have the financial strength, the LaLiga giants have shown that they are still the side to be reckoned with at Europe’s elite level, and a 6-2 overall win against Liverpool put them back in the last eight.
Referring to Manchester City’s signing, former Chelsea goalkeeper Courtois said: “It’s hard to say if it’s the best league but with the new investment in Chelsea, City and Newcastle there is definitely a lot of temptation to go to the Premier League.” For example, Erling Haaland.
“It’s a really exciting league, that’s for sure, a great competitive league and the level is really high. But I think we have shown that we have a great team and that we cannot underestimate the Spanish teams. We showed it again.
“It’s definitely nice to beat the English teams because I’ve been there for a few years, but you guys Champions League You want to win against everyone – maybe Portuguese and Italian clubs are next.”
About Haaland, he added: “He’s a great player. Maybe that’s what City missed in previous years. I think this (an example) could be the Premier League’s advantage over other leagues.
“The power of the Premier League; They have parachute money that they did in previous years to make everyone strong and give everyone (TV) money and if they are relegated. All this makes a difference in the strength of the league.
“Hopefully we can balance that out. I really feel like this is a place for LaLiga to learn and I think they’re doing it step by step.
“You can see many LaLiga’s building new stadiums or making their stadiums nicer, but (that’s) it always helps when you see every Premier League pitch is full. We need the same here and then the product can be better.”