GENEVA – Former FIFA boss Sepp Blatter plans to sue world football's governing body and his successor for allegedly spreading "false information" and damaging his reputation, according to a news report published Wednesday.
"I will take legal actions against Gianni Infantino and FIFA," Blatter told Swiss news magazine Weltwoche.
"I've had it. Enough is enough," he said.
The 83-year-old former president was suspended from FIFA in 2015 amid a gigantic corruption scandal that rocked world football to its core.
But he claimed in Wednesday's interview that statements issued by FIFA regarding alleged payments he had received contained false information.