David Beckham is set to become the face of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar after signing a massive deal, The Sun reports.
The deal will fetch him around £15m-a-year for the next 10 years, accumulating to a massive £150m in total.
The former Man United winger will be the ambassador for next year’s World Cup and help promote it all around the world.
He will also remain the ambassador for Qatar football for years to come and help it grow on the international stage.
Beckham flew to Qatar earlier this month for a week’s tour, where he visited the new stadiums and met dignitaries before next year’s tournament.
A source told The Sun in UK, “David believes in Qatar’s commitment to progress and that the World Cup — the first to be held in the Arab world — can effect significant positive change.m
“He strongly believes in the power of football to bridge differences but, crucially, has seen the progress on issues that matter.”
The Qatar World Cup is facing heavy backlash from many people after 6,500 workers reportedly died while building the new stadiums to host the games.