Saudi Arabia has offered €138 million (US$138 million) to host Italian soccer’s Supercoppa Italiana until 2028/29, according to Milano Finanza.
Saudi sports marketing firm Sela Sport has reportedly tendered the proposal to Lega Serie A, the governing body for the top flight of Italian club soccer.
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The offer is said to be worth almost three times the current €8 million (US$8 million) a year contract.
Milano Finanza adds that a separate offer is being prepared by a Hungarian company.
A delegation from Lega Serie A, including chief executive Luigi De Siervo, is expected to travel to the Saudi capital Riyadh to meet Sela Sport representatives in the coming days.