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Thursday, 3 August 2017

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Yes mums and dads! If your super-kid can keep a ball up for a hundred times you could soon be multimillionaires!

The football world is rocking at the shocking events pertaining to a Brazilian footy superstar being transferred from one club to another for the horrendous sum of over 200 million Euros.

However, this is just the beginning of the end for all common sense, rationality, or morals relating to the most popular sport on the planet. The club involved, PSG in Paris, have also discovered a super kid kicking a ball against a crumbling wall in one of the Favela slums surrounding Rio!

A PSG scout has been ordered to sign the wonder kid although he is only 2 years old! The parents of the boy obviously have been following the other perverse story and are now demanding 200 million Euros for their son who has been compared to Messi, Ronaldo and Neymar all in one! In other words a mini Maradona!

Due to the fact the boy is only 2 it is not legally allowed to purchase him, but mega-rich Arabs are not renowned for abiding by the rules! So, after agreeing to purchase the boy, they flew the family, and the boy of course, to Qatar, VIP class in a private jet, arranged Qatari citizenship for all of the family, and now the 2 year-old is living a life of luxury practicing hard every day so in 20 years he'll be worth over 500 million!

This is the crazy world of football finance governed by mega-rich multi billionaires, and very soon as the dust settles over Qatar, the present deal going through between Barca and PSG will look like peanuts because any young 2 year-old kid who can keep up the ball a hundred times will soon be worth even more than Messi, Ronaldo and Neymar put together!

Pay peanuts, get monkeys! Pay millions, get nappies!

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