As two of the countryâ€™s most successful clubs, Real Madrid and Barcelona more often than not battle amongst themselves for La Liga supremacy.
Although Atletico Madrid have managed to sneak into the title race this season, Tito Vilanovaâ€™s squad hold a commanding nine-point lead at the top of the table.
Speaking to Marca, Cruyff expressed his concerns at the lack of competition provided by the other teams.
â€œItâ€™s too much; the difference is huge. The truth is that itâ€™s bad for the league,â€ he remarked.
â€œA league championship is judged on the excitement and thrill it creates. The suspense is already over here.â€
Much praise has been showered on Barcelonaâ€™s style of possession football, but the Dutchman pointed out that the key to the clubâ€™s success could be found in the movements the players made without the ball.
â€œTo fully appreciate how BarÃ§a plays you have to watch the players when they donâ€™t have the ball,â€ Cruyff explained.
â€œBarÃ§a always puts the opposition keeper under pressure when he has the ball to try and win it back. The hardest thing to do in the football is to do things well and make them easy. Thatâ€™s the biggest difference between BarÃ§a and other teams.â€
The transition from the end of Pep Guardiolaâ€™s reign to the start of Vilanovaâ€™s has gone swimmingly for the club, but Cruyff believed it was only a matter of time before the Champions League-winning manager made his return to club football.