The latest edition of the tournament – which features the champions of the six continental confederations along with the top team in the host nation – was due to be played at the end of this year in Japan before it pulled out as host because of the pandemic.
Coronavirus restrictions led to Japan withdrawing from staging the tournament this December, and South Africa then abandoned a bid due to the need to get more of the country vaccinated. FIFA is now exploring staging the event in January or February.
The South African Football Association must get government approval to hold the tournament and meetings with the sports minister were also planned, Jordaan said.
The Club World Cup was last held in Japan in 2016, and the JFA had planned to host the 2021 edition as part of its 100th anniversary celebrations.
Pavard's close-range tap-in was enough to give European champions Bayern their sixth title in quick succession.
Bayern Munich are bidding to become only the second club after Barcelona, who managed it in 2009, to win all six domestic and international titles available in a single season.
FIFA Club World Cup: Bayern Munich eye sixth title after securing 2-0 win over Al Ahly in semi-final
Robert Lewandowski gave Bayern the lead with just 17 minutes gone at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, before heading home a pinpoint Leroy Sane cross four minutes before the whistle.
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Bayern have already won the German league and cup, Champions League as well as the German and European Super Cups in 2020.
Bayern, who have a semi-final against Al-Ahly on Monday, were forced to remain at Berlin airport overnight, eventually leaving around 7 am, but this time with a stopover in Munich to change airline crew.
LaLiga chief Javier Tebas accuses FIFA president Gianni Infantino of supporting European Super League
Documents containing details of the Super League, first reported this month by British newspaper The Times, proposed a 20-club tournament with 15 permanent members.
Club World Cup organisers say strict COVID-19 measures are in place for upcoming tournament in Qatar
Social distancing, mask wearing and use of Qatar's contract tracing app and sanitiser will be mandatory, he added, during a media briefing in Doha.
Club World Cup 2021: Bayern Munich to face African champions Al Ahly or Qatar's Al Duhail in semi-finals
The 2020 edition was initially scheduled for December last year but was delayed as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, and because the Copa Libertadores has not yet been completed.
European champions Bayern Munich and Qatari side Al-Duhail, who qualify through being hosts, are the only teams yet confirmed for the competition with other continental tournaments around the world delayed by the coronavirus.
UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin says 'purpose over profit' mantra for European football in face of 'threats'
With FIFA President Gianni Infantino in the audience, Čeferin told the UEFA Congress on Tuesday he was not 'ashamed' European football was seen as so successful and dominating
Javier Tebas, La Liga president, fears FIFA expanding the Club World Cup and providing a fresh windfall for a group of elite clubs will exacerbate financial disparities between teams and harm football
Shanghai to host opening ceremony, final of expanded 2021 Club World Cup in China, reports local media
Shanghai is expected to host the final of the expanded 24 team Club World Cup in China as per local media. The city will also host the opening ceremony
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The 2022 World Cup hosts, Qatar, live in a different and very bleak universe, one that few would care to inhabit, not even when the global game supersedes everything — during the World Cup.
FIFA Club World Cup 2019: 'Exhausted' Jurgen Klopp hails 'outstanding' Liverpool after narrow win over Flamengo in final
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp hailed his team’s Club World Cup victory over Flamengo as a “wonderful night” and said the European champions had again shown the power of their self-belief.