Interpol issues arrest warrants for two FIFA executives
Interpol has issued 'international wanted persons' alerts for two former FIFA officials and four corporate executives as part of the investigation into football-related corruption.
The 'red notices' have been issued at the request of the US justice department for charges including racketeering, conspiracy and corruption.
Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner from Trinidad and ex-FIFA member Nicolas Leoz from Paraguay have been named. Warner is currently on bail in Trinidad and Leoz reported to be under house arrest in Paraguay.