Spanish league president Javier Tebas was picked by European Leagues, the 30-nation group said on Monday, as its delegate to sit on the decision-making committee.
Perez is the only person to put themselves forward since the window for potential candidates to apply opened a week ago. Anyone who wishes to take on the powerful Perez has until Monday to present their candidacy.
Valencia reacted angrily to Cala's press conference, releasing a statement later on Tuesday entitled: "Juan Cala, we don't believe you."
LaLiga investigating Valencia's claim that Mouctar Diakhaby was racially abused, Javier Tebas confirms
"We are already carrying out an internal investigation with the videos and images of the game we have to clarify what happened," said Tebas.
LaLiga: Cadiz's Juan Cala, accused of racial abuse of Mouctar Diakhaby, wants to be presumed innocent
“Apparently the presumption of innocence doesn’t exist in this country,” Cadiz's Juan Cala told a Spanish television channel before stating that he will soon share his version of what happened.
"I think my team has been underestimated," said Zidane in a press conference on Monday. "We are going to fight for everything. We have had difficult moments this season and now we are better but it doesn't mean anything tomorrow."
Diakhaby shared a heated exchange with Cadiz's Juan Cala shortly before half-time at the Ramon de Carranza stadium before indicating to the referee he was leaving the field, with the Frenchman's teammates then following him off.
His skills were evident from the start but Vinicius Junior has often struggled to turn great plays into goals.
"It's been a year, we've learned a lot, and we hope that by the third week of April we can start to have a percentage back in the stadiums," LaLiga president Javier Tebas told the press, adding "if circumstances allow".
In 16 seasons with Madrid, Ramos has helped the club win four Champions League titles, five Spanish leagues and two Copa del Reys, with both his hardnose defending and some timely goals.
Barcelona are coming off their first season without a trophy since 2007-08 and have a debt of more than 1.1 billion euros, largely because of the coronavirus crisis.
For most of this century, it has been a question of when, not if, a generational talent moves to Spain but now there are no guarantees.
LaLiga: ‘Not worried about Barcelona’s financial crisis,’ says league president Javier Tebas as club inches towards bankruptcy
“Big clubs like Barcelona are in heavy debts because they depend on revenues from ticketing and museums, something that they just couldn't generate last year. However, even in the case of Barca, the situation is not as bad as some headlines suggest," Tebas said.
Copa del Rey: Around 250 fans to be allowed to watch Atletico Madrid's game against fourth-tier side Cardassar
Fourth-division club Cardassar announced on Wednesday that their 16 December game against visiting Atlético will have a limited number of fans at the Es Moleter stadium in the Balearic Islands.
LaLiga: Atletico Madrid edge past Barcelona to earn title boost; Villarreal hold Real Madrid to a 1-1 draw
Yannick Carrasco finished brilliantly from range after mistakes from Gerard Pique and Marc-Andre ter Stegen left the goal gaping but Barca, and a below-par Lionel Messi, failed to respond at the Wanda Metropolitano.
LaLiga: Unbeaten Atletico Madrid take top spot; Lionel Messi rescues Barcelona off the bench as Ansu Fati suffers injury
While Messi got Barcelona back on track, Joao Felix’s latest double helped Atletico Madrid rise to the top of the league with a convincing 4-0 rout of Cadiz.
LaLiga rules allowed Atletico to buy outside the transfer window after Arsenal activated Thomas Partey's 50 million euro release clause on the last day of the summer transfer window.
LaLiga: Sergio Ramos leads Real Madrid to victory over Barcelona as club bounces back from woeful run
Real Madrid lead the league with 13 points. Barcelona have seven with a game in hand.
“Not having fans is the worst thing that can happen in a Barça-Madrid match,” Barcelona boss Koeman said.
Cádiz are playing in the first division for the first time in 15 years. But coach Álvaro Cervera’s well-disciplined squad has won all three of its away games this season.