Arabia tempts Messi and Benzema with one stroke

Karim Benzema and Leo Messi have on the table offers from Saudi Arabia for astronomical amounts: 200 and 300 million euros respectively. Both have one foot outside their respective teams, Real Madrid and PSG. In the Middle East, Cristiano Ronaldo awaits them, who was the first piece of big game in the Saudi kingdom, who has launched an offensive to wrest the 2030 World Cup from Spain by hiring the great stars of the Champions League and signing collaboration agreements with the African federations and with its parent company, the African Confederation (CAF).

Benzema, who is de facto renewed in Madrid for the ‘Ballon d’Or clause’, has not confirmed his continuity in the club, to which he has given transfer of the Saudi offer. The problem is not only the contract (400 million euros for two years) but also that later he will have the opportunity to continue earning large amounts as an Ambassador of the 2030 World Cup. Exactly the same thing happens with Messi. Saudi Arabia thus repeats the strategy of Qatar, which to win the 2022 World Cup hired Xavi, Zidane and Beckham, among other stars. In addition, the contracts with the Arabs are clean, tax-free and that makes their offers irresistible.

Saudi Arabia, whose partners are Turkey and Greece, has set up a strategy to win the 2030 World Cup, the Centenary World Cup, in which its main rival is the Iberian Bid made up of Spain, Portugal and Morocco, the country to which it joined instead of Ukraine with the intention of obtaining the support of the 56 African federations. But Arabia has reacted by signing a collaboration agreement with the CAF that annuls the initiative of the Iberian Bid. Those 56 votes from Africa will decide in September 2024 the election of the headquarters of the 2030 World Cup, and that is where we must place the formidable interest of the Arabs in hiring great figures, such as Messi and Benzema, who give visibility to their country and the Saudi Super League.

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