FILE PHOTO: Nasser Al-Khelaifi (L), Paris St Germain's club owner and owner of Qatari TV channel Al Jazeera Sport, President of beIN Sport French TV channel, attends a news conference in Paris May 24, 2012. Picture taken May 24, 2012. REUTERS/Jacky Naegelen
“It is suspected that Jerome Valcke accepted undue advantages from a businessman in the sports-rights sector in connection with the award of media rights for certain countries at the FIFA World Cups in 2018, 2022, 2026 and 2030 and from Nasser Al-Khelaifi in connection with the award of media rights for certain countries at the FIFA World Cups in 2026 and 2030,” the OAG said.
The OAG had already said last year that Valcke was suspected of criminal mismanagement and other offences. He has denied any wrongdoing.
Valcke is serving a 10-year ban from football after he was found guilty by FIFA’s former ethics judge Hans-Joachim Eckert of misconduct over the sale of World Cup tickets, abuse of travel expenses, attempting to sell TV rights below their market value and destruction of evidence.
After being sacked from his post in January 2016, he was initially banned for 12 years, which was reduced to 10 by FIFA’s own appeal committee last June. He has denied wrongdoing and is now appealing at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
Al-Khelaifi heads the Qatari ownership of Paris St Germain which in August paid the world record transfer fee of 222 million euros for Brazilian forward Neymar.
FIFA awarded Qatar the hosting of the 2022 World Cup after a vote in 2010.
Zurich-based FIFA has been trying to overhaul its operations in the wake of the worst crisis in its history, sparked in 2015 by the indictment in the United States of several dozen soccer officials on corruption-related charges.
It said in a statement that it fully supported the investigation by the OAG and other involved authorities.
“FIFA has constituted itself as a damaged party in this investigation, in line with the applicable provisions of Swiss procedural law,” it added.
Additional reporting by Nate Raymond in New York, Alexander Cornwell in Dubai, Emmanuel Jarry and Gwenaelle Barzic in Paris, Simon Evans in Manchester and Renee Maltezou in Athens; Editing by Michael Shields/Jeremy Gaunt
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