The three countries are thinking on an intercontinental bid says Spanish Primer Minister Pedro Sanchez
According to the Spanish prime minister Pedro Sanchez, his country, Portugal and Morocco are considering an intercontinental bid for the 2030 FIFA World Cup.
The next two tournaments will be played in Qatar and in a joint-bid between the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
And for the Spaniard primer minister, the option is real.
“I made a proposal to the government [of Morocco] to organize a joint bid between Spain, Portugal, and Morocco to host the 2030 World Cup,” Sanchez said to ESPN.
“We are launching a joint message, which is that this will be a bid between two continents.”
“The King of Morocco is receptive, and we’re going to work on it with Portugal,” he added.
“We’re very excited about it.”