Former FIFA vice-president Jeffrey Webb pleaded not guilty to charges relating to the corruption scandal surrounding the governing body, according to reports.
Webb is accused of accepting bribes in connection to marketing deals.
The 50-year-old, who was banned from “football-related activities” by FIFA in May, pleaded not guilty on Saturday – according to CNN and The New York Times.
Webb will remain under house arrest and was released on $10million bail.
He must stay within 20 miles of the courthouse in Brooklyn.