There is something "deeply wrong" at the heart of Fifa, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has said, as he became the latest figure to call for reform of the governing body.
"There is something deeply wrong at the heart of Fifa and international football needs to reform, needs to get its act together," Mr Hammond told the BBC.
He later told Sky News that a British politician in the same positon as Mr Blatter would be "struggling to cling on".
Chief Executive of the Irish Football Association John Delaney has admitted Fifa paid the organisation to avoid a legal case.
FIFA has said that Julio Grondona, who died last year, authorised a $10m payment that is at the heart of the bribery scandal.
Prince William outlined a "huge disconnect between the sense of fair play" and "allegations of corruption" within Fifa.