International footballers face exorbitant bills of £300,000-plus to secure accommodation for their families at the World Cup.
Rental accommodation is very limited in Qatar, so prices are soaring as owners try to cash in on the tournament.
Around 1.5million people are expected to descend on Qatar – a country which is only about the size of Yorkshire – for the World Cup.
Earlier this year, there were believed to be only 175,000 hotel rooms and apartments available for visitors.
As a result, footballers are being quoted between £250,000-£300,000 for family homes for the duration of the tournament, which starts on November 20.
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