FIFA’s Anti-Corruption Committee announced that it will no longer pursue any new charges against players in relation to a recent corruption scandal in the Russian football federation.
The committee announced on Tuesday that it had “decided to conclude its investigation into the matter, with no further further arrests or investigations in progress”.
The announcement came after a week of hearings in Russia and Ukraine.
The hearing is expected to last until the end of next month.
Last week, it emerged that FIFA president Sepp Blatter had been under investigation for allegedly abusing his office and his influence over football’s governing body.
Blatter, however, denied wrongdoing and denied any wrongdoing was being investigated by the committee.
The US and FIFA have previously claimed that there is no evidence of corruption in Russia’s football federation, while the committee has been working on the case since 2015.
Earlier this year, FIFA suspended Russia’s national football team and suspended Russia from the 2018 World Cup, citing corruption.