ZURICH: Disgraced previous FIFA president Sepp Blatter will go to Russia when the nation has the soccer World Cup in 2018, he disclosed to Swiss daily paper SonntagsBlick.
Blatter is as of now serving a six-year restriction from all soccer-related obligations forced by FIFA's morals council after a defilement outrage at the Zurich-based body and has said he has been exhorted by legal advisors not to travel abroad in the midst of global tests.
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"Yes, certainly, said Blatter when inquired as to whether he would go to Russia for the competition one year from now. "(Russian President) Vladimir Putin has welcomed me."
"I may just not be utilized as a ref, but rather everything else is conceivable," the 81-year-old included.
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Blatter said recently he was not a suspect in the soccer-related defilement examinations in progress in the United States.
He is, be that as it may, the subject of a criminal procedure in Switzerland, in spite of the fact that has not been formally prosecuted.
A few dozen soccer authorities, including some from FIFA, were arraigned in the United States in 2015 on debasement related charges. Blatter was not among them, despite the fact that he along these lines said his attorney had prompted him not to travel abroad.
Blatter and ex-UEFA president Michel Platini were prohibited from all official soccer-related obligations in 2015, at first for a long time, over a 2 million Swiss franc ($2 million) installment FIFA made to Platini in 2011, with Blatter's endorsement, for work done 10 years before. Blatter's boycott was later diminished to six years.