Real Madrid and Barcelona have both announced they will boycott an "urgent" meeting called by LaLiga in Dubai next week.

The Spanish league has summoned its member clubs to the United Arab Emirates on Dec. 7 with the aim of addressing "several important modifications to the statutes and internal regulations of LaLiga."

Madrid and Barca both responded on Wednesday, however, by saying they would not take part in the meeting as they continue their ongoing battles with LaLiga president Javier Tebas.

Madrid said they believed the forum was "illegal given clubs are being called to travel to a place that is more than 5,000km away from LaLiga's headquarters."

A statement from Madrid added: "It is completely unjustifiable to address in such an improvised and urgent manner, in the absence of the appropriate discussion and careful analysis, relevant modifications to LaLiga's internal regulations."

LaLiga had promised to provide clubs with transport and accommodation for the meeting, which also drew criticism from Madrid.