Fifa probe urges president Sepp Blatter's suspension
Fifa's own investigators have recommended that the president Sepp Blatter be suspended from the organisation for 90 days, with a decision from its adjudicator due "within days".
Fifa's independent ethics committee has been holding meetings to decide the fate of Blatter and Uefa president Michel Platini, who is also a vice-president of Fifa and a candidate in the forthcoming presidential election.
Mr Blatter faces accusations by Swiss police of signing a television rights contract "unfavourable" to Fifa. He is also accused of making a £1.35m payment to Platini, which Swiss investigators have described as "disloyal" to Fifa.
Both Blatter and Platini have denied any wrongdoing.