Valcke, who said he was frustrated with the "endless discussions" in Brazil's Congress, said the country agreed to such demands when it was picked as host.
Valcke also said Friday that "things are not working in Brazil" and that "not a lot is moving" with just two years left before the World Cup and barely a year before the Confederations Cup. Rebelo said Valcke's comments were "inappropriate" and "offensive."
Valcke later said he was surprised by Brazil's reaction to his criticism, calling it "puerile."
The dispute may also affect the Confederations Cup venues.
FIFA has already approved Brasilia, Belo Horizonte, Fortaleza and Rio de Janeiro to host matches in the warmup competition, but Brazil also wants to include Recife and Salvador. FIFA representatives are expected to inspect six of the 12 World Cup host cities next week. A decision on the Confederations Cup venues is expected this year.
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