Mbappé and Nuevo Bernabéu, axes of the Florentino project

first_imgThat Madrid of three Champions in a row and appears history. In football things happen at breakneck speed. Last season Madrid ran out of options to win any title in March and this season they already have one foot out of the Champions League (1-2 against City in the second round). Hazard ushers in a new galactic era, but main course obviously must be Mbappé … And that is the great moment thate Florentino waits for his Madrid. The great star of modern football, Mbappé, playing in the renovated stadium. The new Bernabéu.Contrary to what it seemed at first, the works have been expedited by the coronavirus crisis. They are in time to be completed in 2022. What remains to be seen is whether there are no economic difficulties (due to the crisis) that are a serious impediment. To make the reform, Madrid was forced to ask for a large loan. It had to be approved by the board of directors and before the Assembly. This loan has a total amount of 575 million euros, a term of 30 years and a fixed interest of 2.5%. Real Madrid reported that this financing “has been structured through a loan with three tranches, July 2019, July 2020 and July 2021, that coincide with the anticipated needs for the payment of the works. The loan also includes 3 years grace period amortization of the principal, which will make Real Madrid pay a fixed annual fee of 29.5 million euros, from July 30, 2023 and until its expiration on July 30, 2049 “. In other words, the new Bernabéu will cost the club a total ofe 796.5 million euros, figure resulting from multiplying the annual installment by the 27 installments of the loan.DAILY AS & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>DAILY AS (DAILY AS) Mbappé.It is the other major axis of the latest project for the future. Real Madrid’s roadmap indicated that they had to try to sign him in the summer of 2021, when he only had one year left on his contract. It was the only way to sign him at a reasonable price. The player seemed determined, before the crisis, to reject one after another the renewal offers that PSG is putting on the table. But the crisis seems to have changed the situation somewhat and the footballer now plans to renew. In any case, he would never do so without including a termination clause in his new contract that would allow him to go to Madrid in the future for an agreed amount of money. That would hinder Florentino’s plan, which will always go head-to-head with PSG, but would continue to make it possible. A dream, the French playing in the New Bernabéu.FRANCK FIFE & nbsp; (AFP) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>FRANCK FIFE (AFP)center_img Kylian Mbappé and Nuevo Bernabéu… it’s two o’clock master lines they are in the Florentino Pérez’s roadmap to relaunch Madrid after I already did it twice. The first, when he first became president in 2000. His cover letter was Figo. Then came Zidane, Ronaldo, and Beckham. And with them came the era of the Galacticos, a new way of understanding the soccer industry. “They are those types of players who pay their own wages,” Florentino used to say. to justify such expensive contracts. The president devised a system that was demonstrated as the modern football base. So much star ended up attracting sponsors. And the relationship was one of reciprocity: he shared the image rights with his footballers at 50%. Madrid made an important qualitative leap in economics. In sports, it was only won (with that model) the Champions of 2000.The second that Madrid relaunched with Florentino in the presidency it was by the hand of Zidane. The first time that white team was an author set, when always it had been for soccer players (Di Stéfano’s Madrid, Ye-yé, Quinta del Buitre’s, Galactic’s…). With Zidane they won three Champions in a row, with Ancelotti’s, four in five years. Along with the French, Cristiano Ronaldo was the great architect … But the Portuguese was a signing that Ramón Calderón left.last_img read more


Qatar Visa Centre inaugurated in Mumbai

first_imgMandated by the Ministry of Interior, State of Qatar, Qatar Visa Centre was inaugurated by H.E. Saif Bin Ali Almohanndi, Consul General, The Consulate General of the State of Qatar, in Mumbai. Having already launched centres in New Delhi and now in Mumbai, five other visa centres in Kochi, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Chennai and Kolkata will be operational shortly.At the new Qatar Visa Center, work visa applicants for the State of Qatar will be able to sign on work contracts digitally, enrol their biometrics and undergo mandatory medical test all under one roof, thus saving time and making it a hassle-free process for the applicants. The move to get work visa applicants to complete the most essential and critical part of their visa processes in the country of origin (India in this case) is aimed at guaranteeing prospective employees their rights in a manner consistent with the best international standards.The visa centre is in sync with international standards guaranteeing greater transparency, traceability and improved anti-fraud measures and security screening mechanisms for the visa applicants. The centre will operate between 08:30 am to 04:30 pm from Monday to Friday.As part of the visa application process, the employer in Qatar will ensure all necessary procedures and make the visa payments on behalf of the applicant. The applicants will only need to book an appointment online and visit the Qatar Visa Centre 15 minutes prior to the scheduled time on a given day. Once at the centre, the identity of the visa applicant will be verified and the list of required documents will be checked, following which a token will be issued. Once the token is being referred to, the respective visa applicant will be explained the contract terms and can thereby digitally sign the work contract. Biometric enrolment and the mandatory medical tests will be done at the centre. Upon completion of the processes at the visa centre, the visa applicant then can choose to track the status of his application online or through their employer in the State of Qatar.H.E Saif Bin Ali Almohanndi, Consul General, the Consulate General of the State Of Qatar, Mumbai expressed gratitude and said, “Our thanks and appreciation to the officials in the Ministry of External Affairs – Republic of India, and the Government of the State of Maharashtra for their continued support to achieve this goal by opening the Qatar Visa Centre (QVC) in Mumbai. This project is one of the advanced projects for the State of Qatar in the field of protection of labour rights and would facilitate the recruitment procedures in countries where centres have been opened including the Republic of India and would provide necessary services for obtaining visas, both for the purpose of visit and residence. Indian expatriates who travel to Qatar for employment, can complete their medical tests and sign work contracts before their departure and this stand confirms to the State of Qatar’s keenness to ensure safety and protection for expatriates and residents.”“As part of Qatar’s willingness to facilitate the work process and protect the rights of expatriates, Qatar Visa Centres will be opened in a number of countries which include India,” said Major Abdullah Khalifa Al Mohannadi, Director of Visa Support Services Dept at the Ministry of the Interior, Doha, Qatar.Suhail Shaikh – Business Head said, “We are honoured to launch the Qatar Visa Centre in India in Mumbai on behalf of Ministry of Interior, State of Qatar. We take great pride in being able to provide transparent, standardised and streamlined visa services for Indians seeking work visas through a simple process managed by our capable colleagues.”Qatar Visa Centre maintains robust multi-lingual information services for the benefit of visa applicants across multiple touch points. Information on appointment scheduling, requirements and steps at the visa centre can be found in English, Hindi, Marathi, Telugu, Bengali, Tamil and Malayalam through a dedicated website (www.qatarvisacenter.com), call centre helpline (+91 44 6133 1333) and walk-in at the reception.last_img read more