Egyptian News Vision: - The German newspaper "Bild" quoted the former president of the International Football Confederation: that the United States will be able to host the 2022 World Cup.

Swiss statements, Joseph Blatter came amid accusations of corruption and bribery surrounding the State of Qatar, which will host the tournament in December 2022, the first time that the tournament does not take place in the summer between June and July.

"Germany is also able to host the tournament, but this will mean that the World Cup will be held in Europe again after it was held in Russia 2018, so Europe will not be the first choice if the organization is withdrawn from Qatar," Blatter said.

The International Federation announced earlier that the United States, Mexico and Canada will host the 2026 World Cup, which will be the first time that the World Cup will be organized jointly from 3 countries, and also the first time with the participation of 48 teams instead of 32.

"The United States can organize the next tournament instead of the 2026 version," Blatter said.

"They are capable. It is not rocket science. Japan can also do that, and they are also trying to host the 2022 World Cup."

He added: "Fortunately, the 2022 World Cup will involve only 32 teams, and therefore no country will cost as much effort to organize as it did in Russia."

Justice in Switzerland and America has proven the existence of wholesale violations and bribes by Qatar were submitted to officials of the International Federation to obtain the votes of a group of members of the Executive Office in voting for Qatar 2022.

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