The news comes via a report in the Times, which details how the competition would replace the current annual "Club World Cup" and also see the Confederations Cup being scrapped.
The first host country could be China - taking place in June 2021 - with the format seeing eight groups of three followed by quarter-finals, semi-finals and final.
There is a possibility of another El Clasico clashes outside the Spanish La Liga as Barcelona and Real Madrid will be among the 12 European representatives to contest the new Super Club World Cup by Federation Internationale de Football Association. That would include Liverpool, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Barcelona, AC Milan, Bayern Munich, Ajax and Inter Milan.
They could be joined by Atletico Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Paris Saint-Germain and Portuguese pair Porto and Benfica.
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It is reported that Fifa's proposal would see the 24 participating clubs split US$2 billion in prize money, with each club earning a minimum of UK£50 million (US$67.4 million) and the champion pocketing as much as UK£100 million (US$134.8 million).
The Professional Football Strategy Council (PFSC) met today in Lyon and discussed a variety of matters such as the new UEFA club licensing and financial fair play regulations, competitive balance, social dialogue and received an update on the ongoing work of the FIFA transfer system task force. Last month, reports emerged that the investors had offered guaranteed revenues of US$25 billion in return for the rights to operate the Club World Cup and a new Global Nations League.
Bobby Barnes, the European president of global players' union FIFPro, is a part of a committee that will meet in Lyon at some point today to talk about the plans.