Qatar may lose the World Cup.
A Fifa inquiry into persistent claims of corruption during the bidding process could lead to the FIFA executive committee making the unprecedented move of redoing the vote that gave Qatar the victory.
Blatter,who has his beady eyes firmly fixed on being reelected to the the post of FIFA president said.
"But don't ask me now yes or no, let us go step by step. It's like we are in an ordinary court and in an ordinary court we cannot ask: 'If, if, if'."
If 'The Sunday Times' allegations are proved right then among those implicated will be Mohamed bin Hammam, the president of the Asian football confederation, who is running against Blatter for Fifa's presidency.
A look at some the stadia planned for World Cup 2022.
So what happens now ?