But Blatter believes the move would benefit the English game and is determined to press ahead after being given encouragement from a vote of Fifa's members in May.
"We are now working on three different levels to get through the resolution, which was taken by the Fifa congress at the end of May in Sydney, and was taken by a very huge majority - 155 votes against five, and those five votes included no European association," he told Sky News.
"Therefore the mandate was given to the Fifa president and Uefa president, Michel Platini, to investigate this matter and look at, always within the limits of the law, how it can be achieved."
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