VIDEO: US Attorney General expects more FIFA charges

FIFA and embattled outgoing President Sepp Blatter faced more pressure on Monday as US Attorney General Loretta Lynch warned of new indictments in a widening investigation of corruption in international football.

"We do anticipate pursuing additional charges against individuals and entities," Lynch said in FIFA's home city of Zurich, citing unspecified new evidence gathered since the 27 May arrests of seven people at a luxury hotel in the city.

Lynch spoke at a news conference alongside her Swiss counterpart, Michael Lauber, whose separate investigation of money laundering appears equally threatening to FIFA and its soon-departing president.