Fifa is set to unveil a decision on two executive members asking for cash in return for World Cup votes.

The members, Nigeria’s Amos Adamu and Tahiti’s Reynald Temarii were suspended after a three-day hearing of the world football governing body’s ethics committee.

Mr Adamu is in particularly deep water because he asked for money for projects to be paid via a family company.

Meanwhile Mr Temarii has said that he wasn’t seeking personal gain, he simply wanted to improve football facilities in New Zealand.

The corruption was brought to light following a Sunday Times investigation. Both men deny any wrongdoing.

If the men’s suspensions are lengthened, they won’t be able to vote on the 2018 and 2022 hosts on December 2.