Suspended FIFA Chiefs Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini will know if they are banned from football when Fifa’s ethics judge delivers verdicts against them on Monday.
According to BBC Sports, Fifa’s ethics investigators want both president Blatter and his Uefa counterpart Platini to have life bans.
But speaking to Swiss newspaper Blick on Sunday, Blatter said the corruption charge against him had been dropped.
A spokesman for Hans Joachim Eckert, Fifa’s ethics head, declined to comment.
Blatter, however, faces other charges, including mismanagement. Both Blatter and Platini have denied any wrongdoing, and insist they have not breached Fifa’s code of ethics.