Fifas Club World Cup Global Nations League Plans Concern Uefa 2

0183 32 UEFA has “serious reservations” about the pace and process of FIFA pressing to accept a $25 billion, 12 year deal for two new competitions..UEFA is concerned about the pace and process of FIFA pressing to accept a $25 billion, 12 year deal for two new competitions. The organisation’s Professional Football Strategy Council met on Wednesday and released a statement casting doubt on FIFA president Gianni Infantino’s hopes of reaching an agreement on the expansion of the Club World Cup .Fifa’s efforts to introduce an expanded Club World Cup and a global Nations League competition have been criticised by the head of European football’s governing body Uefa, Aleksander Ceferin, who has sought to remind the world governing body that “football is not for sale”.. 0183 32 UEFA has also been skeptical of the Club World Cup expansion plan, and last year also proposed a Global Nations League to develop from its European version which kicks off in September. However, a similar worldwide project is tied into the FIFA controlled $25 billion, 12 year offer from a Japanese led consortium .UEFA is concerned about the pace and process of FIFA pressing to accept a $25 billion, 12 year deal for two new competitions. The organisation’s Professional Football Strategy Council met on Wednesday and released a statement casting do .UEFA Pitches Massive Global Nations League Competition to Replace Friendlies The likely appeal of the Global Nations League for most FIFA member federations, who rarely qualify for a World Cup, is a realistic chance to compete for a trophy and prize money by qualifying for a final tournament. It would also align with the FIFA .UEFA has also been skeptical of the Club World Cup expansion plan, and last year also proposed a Global Nations League to develop from its European version which kicks off in September. However, a similar worldwide project is tied into the FIFA controlled $25 billion, 12 year offer from a Japanese led consortium including investors from Saudi .