Reigning UEFA Champions League winners Chelsea could face off with the winners of the Asian Champions League or Mexican club Monterrey in this year's Club World Cup in Japan.
The Blues are already entered in the semi-final stage of the FIFA competition, to be held in December, where they await the winner of the quarter-final.
That match will be played between reigning CONCACAF Champions League winners Monterrey and the too-be-decided Asian champions with that tournament currently at the quarter-final stage.
There are eight teams left in the AFC competition including Saudi Arabian trio Al-Ittihad, Al-Hilal and Al-Ahli as well as Sepahan of Iran, Guangzhou Evergrande of China, Adelaide United of Australia, Bunyodkor of Uzbekistan and Ulsan Hyundai of Japan.
The FIFA Club World Cup semi-final between Chelsea and either Monterrey or the Asian champs takes place on December 13 in Yokohama with the other final-four fixture to be battled out between Copa Libertadores winners Corinthians of Brazil who will play either the 2012 African (CAF) champions with their opponent still to be decided.