“Implement strict and independent control over money flows, including public disclosure of payments to elected FIFA members and top management, as well as a clear and transparent bidding procedure for the FIFA World Cup,” one of the points of Infantino’s 11-point manifesto reads.
Infantino’s plan also includes spreading the World Cup across entire regions instead of limiting them to being held in one or two countries.
The next president of the scandal-plagued world football governing body is expected to be elected on February 26.
A handful of FIFA officials and marketing executives were arrested in Switzerland on a US federal warrant on fraud, racketeering and money laundering charges. Five FIFA officials have been extradited to the United States to date.
Other candidates alongside current General Secretary for the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Infantino include FIFA Vice-President Prince Ali Bin Hussein, former FIFA executive Jerome Champagne, Asian Football Confederation chief Salman Bin Ibrahim Khalifa, and businessman Tokyo Sexwale.