The independent chairman of Fifa’s Audit and Compliance Committee, Domenico Scala, has urged embattled president Sepp Blatter to stick to his word and quit, bbc.co.uk reports.
Blatter announced on June 2, that he would step down at an extraordinary congress between December and March.
However, the Swiss who took over from Joao Havellenge in 1998, said he had not resigned and was thought to be contemplating re-election.
According to bbc.co.uk, Scala called on Blatter to call it quit for the interest of the organization.
“The times of flirting with the power are definitely gone,” said Scala.
“I call on all concerned-including Mr Blatter- to endorse in the interest of the reforms unequivocally the announced changing of the guard at the top of Fifa.”