The German Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung newspaper reported Saturday that new accusations could be made against the former football officials in the context of another suspicious Blatter's payment to Platini to pay rent for his office in the French capital of Paris.
FIFA has been mired in a corruption scandal since early 2015. In May, several high-ranking FIFA officials were arrested in Zurich on corruption charges. Prosecutors have alleged widespread intra-FIFA corruption linked with World Cup bids and marketing and broadcasting rights.
Following Blatter's resignation, Swiss-Italian football administrator Gianni Infantino was elected new FIFA president, while Spain's Angel Maria Villar Llona became acting UEFA president, because of Platini's suspension.