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Barcelona, Man Utd, Inter Milan to miss out on biggest tournament in history worth £1BILLION Unless

Fifa’s newly expanded, 32-team Club World Cup, expected to have a huge prize fund worth up to £50m-plus per team, will kick off in the USA in 2025.

The Champions League winners from 2021 to this season will gain entry, alongside eight clubs from the four-year ‘coefficient’ list, based on European results.

According to a report by The Sun, Fifa want only one club per country to qualify from the performance-based list.

Man Utd will struggle to qualify for the biggest-ever Club World Cup

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It means Manchester United, Barcelona, Inter Milan or Borussia Dortmund would have to win the Champions League this term to enter.

On current standings, Chelsea, Manchester City, Real Madrid and this season’s Champions League winners would be joined by Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Roma, Villarreal, Paris Saint-Germain, Benfica, Ajax and the Gers.

But the Ibrox side are only just ahead of Salzburg, Club Brugge, Shakhtar Donetsk, and Slavia Prague — meaning they probably need to reach the Europa League knockout stage to stay in contention.
Rangers can’t celebrate too much as they might have to qualify for the Europa League KO stage to maintain hopes of entering the mega event
Rangers can’t celebrate too much as they might have to qualify for the Europa League KO stage to maintain hopes of entering the mega event credit: Getty

United’s struggle to qualify comes after they finally picked up Champions League group games on Tuesday night at the third time of asking.

Harry Maguire, who headed the only goal, and Andre Onana, with a stoppage-time penalty save, were the unlikely heroes of a 1-0 win over FC Copenhagen.

And it’s also on the eve of what should be the toughest Prem match of their Old Trafford campaign.

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