Scandal plagues Fifa to elect a new leader by Feb 2016
It’s reported that the Uefa president Michel Platini has been lobbied to run for Fifa president.
All 209 member associations invited will decide on his replacement.
This comes in light of Blatter's announcement that he's set to step aside in light of the global corruption scandal that's engulfed the sport, despite him winning a fifth term in office.
Blatter has been president since 1998.
It's reported that the Uefa president Michel Platini has been lobbied to run for president while Prince Ali Bin al-Hussein, who was beaten by Blatter in the recent election, will also contend the position once again.
Last week Jeffrey Webb, a former Fifa vice-president, pleaded not guilty on charges of accepting bribes in a US court and is under house arrest following his extradition from Switzerland.
The announcement was interrupted by British comedian, Lee Nelson, who showered Blatter with fake dollar notes.
WATCH: Comedian Lee Nelson showered Blatter with fake money