Blatter is currently on trial alongside ex-UEFA head Michel Platini for charges of fraud, embezzlement and corruption.
Prosecutors have requested a 20-month prison sentence for the pair, with a verdict expected at the start of July.
What did Blatter say about Infantino?
“I want to clear my honour. When I arrived, we were nothing. And when I left, we were an international organisation, solid economically, socially, culturally, even politically,” Blatter explained to RTS.
“I don’t know why, but Infantino doesn’t want me. He even tries to artificially create a case against me.
“He wants to tear me down, but also everything I’ve done because he thinks he’s doing better.
“I must say that I am very touched. I have been accused of criminal instincts, I have been accused of being a thief. It is absurd. I do not know why I find myself in court and I am sure that thousands, not to say millions of footballers don’t understand it either.”