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  • NEW YORK: FIFA’s embattled president, Sepp Blatter, and his second-in-command have hired high-powered lawyers to represent them, two sources said as a corruption probe engulfs soccer’s global governing body with Swiss authorities identifying cheap osrs gold suspicious bank transactions.Blatter recently retained Richard Cullen, the chairman of the law firm McGuireWoods and a former US federal prosecutor, said a person familiar with the matter who spoke to Reuters on the condition of anonymity.

     

    Jerome Valcke, FIFA secretary general, has hired prominent New York defence attorney Barry Berke to represent him, a separate person familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.Swiss prosecutors looking into the international soccer scandal identified 53 suspicious bank transactions, the attorney general said on Wednesday, stressing that the investigation may take time.Swiss Attorney General Michael Lauber told journalists he would not rule out interviewing Blatter and Valcke, although Switzerland had so far targeted no individuals.Switzerland, where FIFA is based, announced its criminal investigation and seized computers at FIFA headquarters last month on the same day that the United States revealed indictments of nine soccer officials and five businessmen as part of a separate probe into corruption.

     

    “We are faced with a complex investigation with many international implications,” Lauber said in his first public comments since his office obtained the computer data last month.“The world of football needs to be patient. By its nature, this investigation will take more than the legendary 90 minutes,” he said, referring to the length of a soccer match.U.S. prosecutors have not accused Blatter of wrongdoing. Among the issues the Federal Bureau of Investigation is examining is Blatter’s stewardship of FIFA, sources have said.US prosecutors believe that Valcke was involved in US$10 million in FIFA bank transactions that are a key part of the investigation, a source said in early June.

     

    He also has not been accused of wrongdoing.FIFA LOOKING AT WORLD CUP BIDDING FIFA’s ethics committee confirmed it was conducting its own investigation into individuals suspected of breaking the rules in relation to bidding for the right to host the 2018 and 2022 World rs gold Cups, which were granted to Russia and Qatar respectively.It said it was prepared to investigate more suspects and take on extra staff if needed.On Wednesday, Ricardo Teixeira, the former head of the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF), said he got “absolutely nothing” in return for his vote to award Qatar the rights to host the 2022 World Cup and described suggestions he was involved in impropriety as “preposterous.”