Two officials from the Congolese Football Association have been banned from football-related activities following a request by the Fifa Ethics Committee's investigatory chamber.
Congolese FA Vice-President Jean Guy Blaise Mayolas and General Secretary Badji Mombo Wantete are accused of "various breaches of the Fifa Code of Ethics" and were provisionally banned by International football's governing body.
Meanwhile the General Secretary of the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Football Association (CONCACAF), Enrique Sanz, has also been provisionally suspended from all football-related activities.
In a statement the Fifa Ethics Committee said Sanz was suspended "on the basis of investigations carried out by the investigatory chamber of the Ethics Committee and the latest facts presented by the US Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York."
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.