Prince William and former UK Prime Minister David Cameron have been implicated in a FIFA corruption scandal, according to an internal report into the bidding process for 2018 World Cup.
The report claims Mr Cameron and the Duke of Cambridge were present at a meeting between England football officials and their South Korean counterparts, at which illegal vote-swapping was allegedly discussed.
The report says Mr Cameron met FIFA vice-president Mong-Joon Chung in Prince William’s suite at a Zurich hotel the night before the vote for the 2018 hosting rights in December 2010.
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It’s alleged Cameron asked the South Korean delegate to support England’s bid for the 2018 World Cup.
In exchange, England was asked to vote for a Korean bid in 2022.
Such a deal would be considered against FIFA rules on vote-swapping and collusion.
The revelation was made in a 400-page report into the practices by football officials in awarding the 2022 World Cup to Qatar.