So Qatar are sinking fek loads of cash into PSG, they are sinking considerably more money into the infrastructure for the world cup. But what happens after the world cup - I know some people think they will drop PSG and the infrastructure will sit there unused but I'm not sure I envisage that. As the world cup is in the winter all of the clubs (including the PL) are going to have to have winter breaks in place... So in theory is Qatar decided to host an annual 32 team club competition for the top 32 clubs in Europe... (for example) Benfica, Sporting Lisbon, Porto Real, Barca, Athletico, Valencia Bayern, Dortmund, Shalke PSG, Marseillies, Monaco, Ajax, Feyenord, PSG AC, Inter, Juve, Roma, Lazio Man United, ManCity, Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenal, Liverpool Celtic, Rangers, Zenit, CSKA Dynamo Kiev as I say just for example... they could do 24 clubs etc But you have no other top level football on - 32 of the most popular clubs - the infrastructure in place - surely a huge boost every year for tourism to the country... plus establishing Qatar beyond its oil dependency They could sell the rights for a fortune and well lets face it money is no object they could offer the clubs crazy money to take part... and lets face it clubs play a lot of friendlies in the winter break anyway so I'm sure with big bucks on the table they would be all over it. I could actually see something like this happening - and personally I think it would be better than the actual world cup.