Reuters, Thursday, May 19, 2016 6:57 PM
FIFA president Gianni Infantino
says he'll let everyone know how much he is being paid when he finds out himself. His salary has still not been confirmed three months after he took office and
was the subject of reports
linking the resignation of Domenico Scala
audit and compliance committee chairman and in-house reform champion, to a dispute with Infantino over how much the new FIFA president would be paid.
In a column written for Switzerland's
Neue Zuercher Zeitung, Infantino said: "My salary should not be a central issue in this. From the start, I made clear that my salary will be a matter of public record and that it should be lower than
the salaries of the previous FIFA president and secretary general. I will announce it as soon as it has been confirmed."
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