The Spanish FA have proposed the clubs they wish to take part in European football next term should the Spanish top flight fail to be completed, but it is set to cause huge controversy.
Barcelona,Â Real Madrid, Sevilla and Real Sociedad are the sides currently in the top four of LaLiga and they have been proposed by Spanish football's governing body to compete in the Champions League if the division fails to restart, according toÂ Marca.
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Although there will be little complaint about the inclusion of the top two, the inclusion of Sevilla and Real Sociedad is sure to spark fury from Getafe andÂ Atletico MadridÂ below them in the table.
Just two points separate the four sides but it is Getafe who will have the most to complain about should they lose out to Sociedad with no further playing action this term.
Jose Bordalas' side would miss out on a first ever appearance in the Champions League on goals scored, due to having the same amount of points and goal difference than Sociedad.
Worse still, LaLiga's first tie-breaker rule is head-to-head which Getafe lead having won 2-1 at Real Sociedad earlier in the season.
But the rule does not come into effect until both matches have taken place, meaning Getafe would have to settle for a Europa League spot.
They would be joined in the competition by Atletico Madrid, who knocked European champions Liverpool out of the Champions League in their last match before the coronavirus pandemic shut the game down across Europe.Â Â
Meanwhile, Athletic Bilbao would also seal a Europa League spot courtesy of reaching the Copa del Rey final, with opponents Real Sociedad having already gained a Champions League place.
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However should the game eventually be played and they lose, the place would revert to seventh place in LaLiga table which is currently held by Valencia.Â
No decision has yet been taken on how the Spanish season will end. Despite the European places having been proposed, there is still no decision on how the title race between Barca and Real Madrid as well as the relegation battle will be resolved if the the top flight is not completed.Â