After two days of meetings which included presentations from four of the five men vying for world football's top job, CONCACAF deputy general secretary Jurgen Mainka said the body had not decided if the federation would give blanket endorsement to a particular candidate.

However Mainka raised the possibility of CONCACAF eventually giving firm backing, saying the issue may be discussed at a meeting in Zurich on the eve of the February 26 FIFA vote.
"It wasn't touched upon on the agenda, we do have an extraordinary congress the day before the FIFA election, something could happen over there, but I'm not privy to that," Mainka told reporters.
CONCACAF officials had met to discuss a proposed package of FIFA reforms. Mainka said the region had given 'unanimous support' to the FIFA overhaul.
UEFA executive Gianni Infantino and Asian Football Confederation (AFC) chief Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim al-Khalifa are widely seen as frontrunners for the FIFA vote, ahead of Jordan's Prince Ali bin al Hussein, South Africa's Tokyo Sexwale and France's Jerome Champagne.

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