DOHA (AFP) - Fifa secretary general Jerome Valcke said on Wednesday that European football clubs would not receive financial compensation for the 2022 World Cup being moved to November-December.
"There will be no compensation. There are seven years to reorganise," he told a Doha press conference.
"We are in agreement with the clubs."
European associations, representing major clubs from England, Germany and France among other countries, have complained that the switch will disrupt their domestic seasons.