- Law enforcement source says Jeffrey Webb, a former FIFA vice president, arrived Wednesday
- U.S. officials requested the extradition of seven high-ranking FIFA officials arrested in Switzerland in May
- A Swiss probe into corruption allegations surrounding the next two World Cups has grown
, a former FIFA vice president and onetime head of CONCACAF, the soccer governing body for North America and the Caribbean, arrived in New York on Wednesday, a law enforcement source told CNN.
No court appearance has been scheduled, the source said.
Earlier, the Swiss Federal Office of Justice said a FIFA official had been extradited, but it didn't name the official. The official was handed over to U.S. police escorts in Zurich.
Webb, 50, was banned by FIFA, which has headquarters in Switzerland, from "football-related activities," after he was indicted in May in the United States. He had been on the governing group's executive committee since May 2012.
CONCACAF dismissed Webb, who is from the Cayman Islands, from his post as president of the organization after the FIFA scandal broke.