When the league isn't busy shipping out elite talent to the rest of the globe, it is quickly bringing the best of the best to Spain.
Real Madrid and Barcelona have a reputation that is unmatched. Even when the sides are struggling—by their lofty standards—they can attract the hottest players on the planet through history and name alone.
The allure is nothing new, but has proven itself time and time again in recent times. The Galacticos will certainly be remembered as spectacular accumulation of individual talent. Prying the likes of Zidane, Ronaldo and David Beckham from their respective leagues is evidence of the club's true power.
Currently, Cristiano Ronaldo offers a prime example. The Portuguese winger had won everything at Manchester United. He was entering the prime of his career but seemed to outgrow Old Trafford. The only realistic destination for the player was La Liga.
Gareth Bale is no different. The brightest star of the Premier League a season ago, the bright lights of the Bernabeu were enough to wrestle the Welshman from England—even if it cost nearly £100 million.
The appeal of La Liga is one reason we will never see Messi in another division. Not only is Barcelona the perfect match for his character, but the Argentinian doesn't feel that there is a stronger league out there.
The importation of top talent looks set to continue. Neymar picked Spain over virtually any other destination in the world, and Madrid is consistently linked with the likes of Luis Suarez, reports Jack Wilson of the Daily Star.
The league has something special to it, and the world's best players seem to agree.