David Albelda has hit out at the duopoly in Spanish football as Real Madrid plan to send big on Luka Modric, while Barcelona have signed Jordi Alba.
The Valencia veteran is unhappy that the difference in their income compared to the country's leading two teams is impeding their ability to compete in La Liga every season.
"In the last few seasons they have been spending more and more and soon they have all the best players, two for each position," he said.
"This year they have come and taken from us, or we have sold, like with Jordi Alba.
"Real Madrid are the current champions of the league and had over a 100 points and their squad will not need many changes to it."
Modric is currently being chased by Real Madrid and Albelda thinks that Valencia would be able to do much more with the figures being put forward than sign one player.
"Now they are after Modric and are talking about 30 or 40 million euros," he added.
"We could perform miracles with that kind of money."
Real Madrid and Barcelona have refused to give up the television rights to their own games in order to introduce a system that would see every club earn the same like the agreements in in place in England, Italy, France and Germany.