UEFA is not happy about the way FIFA is pushing through plans to expand the 2026 World Cup.
Amid FIFA floating different scenarios in the media, UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin aimed a barb at soccer's governing body on Friday.
"I read different ideas every day, so it is hard to say which one is the real one, if any," Ceferin, a FIFA vice president, said at a news conference after a UEFA executive committee meeting.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino was elected in February on a campaign promise to add eight nations for a 40-team World Cup. He then suggested 48 teams with an opening playoff round that would send 16 teams home after one game.