Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Medical | By Johnnie Horton

Manchester United, Liverpool Reportedly Set for New Club World Cup Invitation

Manchester United, Liverpool Reportedly Set for New Club World Cup Invitation

Sponsors from the United Arab Emirates, Japan and Saudi Arabia would reportedly bankroll the winnings.

"This is part of the whole discussion around the global match calendar, so if there is no annual Club World Cup and no Confederations Cup, it may not mean more matches for the players".

There would be 12 clubs from Europe and Fifa's preferred option for the first edition of the tournament is to invite those clubs who have won at least three Champions Leagues or European Cups. Through his Twitter account, President Temer spoke about the World Cup after the announcement of the final list of the 23 players summoned for the national team earlier in the day, reports Xinhua news agency.

The European participants could make between $50 million and $80 million each but while some of the clubs have given the project their blessing, including Real, the same cannot be said of Europe's governing bodies.

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Barcelona's board of directors says the expanded tournament would be "exciting, dynamic, inclusive and prestigious".

Infantino says he needs agreement soon because the consortium gave Federation Internationale de Football Association a 60-day deadline and after that the money will vanish and hopes to get approval at the Federation Internationale de Football Association conference in Moscow in June ahead of the World Cup. It will replace the Confederations cup and current Club World Cup which features the winners of the UEFA, CONCACAF, AFC, CAF, OFC and CONMEBOL Champions Leagues. "So they think only they count".

It is said that UEFA and the Premier League are "furious" at the idea with a $1b pot shared among the clubs.

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