Alexei Sorokin, the CEO of 2018 FIFA World Cup which is to be held in Russia, said he is puzzled "by the very fact" of the investigation into Russia's bid, in Moscow, Thursday. Speaking during an interview with the editor of Inside World Football Paul Nicholson, at the World Football Forum, Sorokin added that the bid was believed to be cut and dry. Sorokin reported that there had been productive cooperation with FIFA and there was no evidence of any wrongdoing found by Swiss prosecutors. Sorokin went on to dismiss the idea that "investigations, rumours, articles" would affect the preparation process, assuring that Russia is proceeding on its course to host the championship. The FIFA officials and executives were arrested in Zurich on May 27 and may face extradition to the US for allegedly having used partnerships with sports marketing executives to gain $150 million (€137 million) in bribes in exchange for their backing of several competitions.
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