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Football Association chairman Greg Dyke has confirmed he was given a £16,000 watch by the Brazilian FA but had no idea of its value and is returning the gift.
The presents were given to a representative from all 32 countries at the World Cup and Fifa today ordered that the watches needed to be returned by October 24.
Confirming he will stand for another term in a video interview played at the Soccerex conference in Manchester, Fifa President Seb Blatter said: "You see a mission is never finished. And my mission is not finished.
"Then I got through the last Congress in Sao Paulo not only the impression but the support of the majority, a huge majority of national associations asking 'Please go on, be our president also in future'."
Fifa President Sepp Blatter has confirmed he will stand for election for another term leading football's international governing body.
Uefa president Michel Platini has ruled out standing for the Fifa presidency.
Platini, 59, was rumoured to be preparing to challenge current president Sepp Blatter in next year's election.
He previously said Fifa - which has been blighted by corruption allegations - needed a "new breath of fresh air".
But former France international told Uefa officials at a meeting in Monaco that he had opted against standing as he wanted to concentrate on leading European football's ruling body instead.
The hospitality company MATCH said that any charges brought against a British manager of the firm will be "rebutted".
Ray Whelan, the British manager of the hospitality firm is being investigated over alleged illegal World Cup ticket sales.
He handed himself in to a judge in Brazil this evening.
A statement by MATCH said: "MATCH remains absolutely confident that any charges raised against Ray will be rebutted."
MATCH admitted that offering the packages for cash was "highly unusual" but that it was "permitted under the various terms and conditions".
The company also said that Whelan was unaware that MATCH had put a block on Fofana buying any more packages or tickets.
The British manager of a hospitality firm being investigated over alleged illegal World Cup ticket sales has handed himself in to a judge in Brazil.
Ray Whelan who runs Match Hospitality had been sought by police investigating the illegal resale of VIP World Cup tickets at hugely inflated prices.But when they tried to arrest him four days ago he was not at his Rio de Janeiro hotel.
Match, a Fifa partner firm, had exclusive rights to sell VIP tickets for the World Cup and Whelan denies any wrongdoing.
Having turned himself in to judge Rosita Maria de Oliveira Netto he is expected to be questioned by police shortly.
Brazilian police claim a British man arrested as part of an investigation into World Cup ticket touting has fled officers coming to re-arrest him at his Rio hotel.
Ray Whelan is alleged to have been involved in selling on tickets to games at hugely inflated prices.
However his legal team reject the accusations and his company, MATCH, say he will be cleared.
They have also issued a statement rejecting police claims that Whelan is a "fugitive".
ITV News Brazil Correspondent Nick Ravenscroft reports from Rio de Janeiro.
Hospitality company MATCH has issued a strongly worded rebuttal of police claims that its chief executive, Ray Whelan, had become a "fugitive".
Police in Rio de Janeiro said Mr Whelan, who was arrested earlier this week as part of an investigation into alleged World Cup ticket touting, had left his hotel before officers came to re-arrest him.
But MATCH insisted there was no evidence Mr Whelan had deliberately evaded the police, saying: "Mr Ray Whelan and his attorney Mr Fernando Fernandes left Copacabana Palace Hotel on 10 July prior to the arrival of the police."
"The CCTV images of the internal hotel surveillance system distributed to the media show that Mr Whelan did not rush from the hotel. Police arrived thereafter, and finding Mr Whelan was not there, simply requested that he present himself at the 18th Precinct," the statement continued.
The company also said it understood the terms of Mr Whelan's initial release from custody did not restrict his movements, "provided he stayed in Brazil".
MATCH added that Mr Whelan's lawyers have sought to revoke the order for his arrest.
Brazilian police have released CCTV of Ray Whelan, a British national they say is "now considered a fugitive".
Whelan, who was arrested as part of a World Cup ticketing investigation earlier this week, is seen in the footage at the Copacabana Palace hotel in Rio de Janeiro.
Police say they arrived with an arrest warrant to take Whelan back into custody but they could not find him at the hotel.
The footage shows Whelan, wearing a light blue shirt, walking through a security gate accompanied by his lawyer before sitting down at an exit.
Previously Whelan's lawyer described his client's arrest as "illegal and absurd".