FIFA on Monday took a legal action against their former President Sepp Blatter and former Vice President Michel Platini to recover about $2 million which the football body claimed “unduly paid” to Platini in 2011.

“FIFA has today filed claims in the relevant Swiss courts against former FIFA President Joseph Blatter and former FIFA Vice President Michel Platini, seeking restitution of the CHF 2 million [$2.04] unduly paid to Mr Platini back in February 2011,” football’s world governing body said in a statement.

“This follows the unanimous resolution recently adopted by the FIFA Governance Committee in which it emphasized

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