It's your money," he said in a finger-jabbing gesture during his final pitch from the congress hall stage.FIFA's restructure is among wide-ranging reforms that will guard against corruption in Zurich, and should be adopted by national federations globally by 2018."The leader is FIFA Coins setting the tone," Infantino said. "
The same as I convinced the congress to vote for me, I count on convincing all those I have to convince to do the right things to implement the reforms."To reflect the changing power structure, the president will be paid less than the CEO who Infantino has said should not be a European.
One contender will be Windsor John, the former FIFA staffer now running the Sheikh Salman-led Asian Football Confederation.Infantino will also be paid less than Blatter, whose salary and bonuses kept secret for 18 years will be revealed in the 2015 financial report.
It is published in mid-March.Asked if will earn less than his confidential salary at UEFA, where revenue topped 2.1 billion euros ($2.3 billion) last year, Infantino said: "I have no idea yet.""I have not discussed with anyone what my pay, or not pay, will be," the 45-year-old former lawyer said. "It is not for money that I was candidate to become FIFA president." New FIFA President Swiss Gianni Infantino, right, talks to Sheikh Salman of Bahrein during a friendly soccer match at the home of FIFA in Zurich, Switzerland.