Blatter said he felt he was being used as a “punching ball” and declared: “I will fight to the end.”
Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini were handed eight-year bans from football by FIFA on Monday.
“Platini will certainly be suspended for several years,” Bantel was quoted as saying by French website L’Equipe.
The prosecution also questioned the “unfair payment” of two million Swiss francs ($2.24 million) by Blatter to Platini “to the detriment of FIFA”.
FIFA on Wednesday rejected the appeals lodged by president Sepp Blatter and vice president Michel Platini against 90-day bans on them.
The race is thought to be wide open given Platini’s potential ethics violations, including a probe over a murky 1.8 million euro payment he received from FIFA.
Both Platini and Blatter have been suspended for 90 days by Fifa’s ethics committee as Swiss authorities conduct a criminal investigation over FIFA corruption
Blatter was re-elected for a fifth term at FIFA’s congress in May despite the erupting scandal, but then announced on June 4 that he would stand down in Feb.
The Swiss federal prosecutor’s office also said Blatter’s office was searched and data was seized.
Infantino says the letter was also sent to FIFA ethics committee prosecutor Cornel Borbely and FIFA election monitor Domenico Scala
Platini referred to the creation of the FIFA Reform Committee as an important step in the introduction of structural changes to global football federation
Michel Platini’s chances of becoming the new president of FIFA received a boost Thursday when the Asian Football Confederation chief praised him.