Rodgers has told Herald Scotland that UEFA must force Europe’s top clubs to obey or be forced to obey financial fair play.
The former Liverpool and Swansea City manager has also highlighted the number of well-known and top-class players that Paris Saint-Germain have.
PSG hammered Celtic 5-0 away from home at Celtic Park in the Champions League in midweek.
Former Hibernian and Dundee forward McManus has responded Rodgers’s comments on Twitter by posing a question.
Should there be a cap on Celtic's spending domestically to allow other clubs to compete? 30k a week/1k SPFL. 300k/30k in Champions League. ? https://t.co/Lk3aIa3F6R— Tam McManus (@The_Tman10) September 16, 2017
Brendan Rodgers: UEFA must compel the Champions League's top clubs to obey financial rules https://t.co/wcpUS7TwKG— HeraldScotland (@heraldscotland) September 16, 2017
Financial Fair Play is something that all clubs should abide by, but even then it is hard to see Celtic competing with the top clubs in Europe.
The Scottish Premiership is not one of the best domestic leagues in Europe and does not have enough competition.
Until and unless the domestic league in Scotland improves and gains worldwide following on a regular following, the Hoops are unlikely to be able to challenge for top honours in Europe.