The offices of European football’s governing body Uefa have been searched by Swiss police.
It follows the naming of ex-secretary general Gianni Infantino – now president of world governing body Fifa – in papers leaked from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca.
Meanwhile, a Fifa official also named in the papers – Juan Pedro Damiani – has resigned.
Infantino has denied wrongdoing while Uefa says it is helping police.
While working for Uefa, Infantino co-signed a television rights deal in 2006 with two businessmen who have since been accused by the FBI of bribery.
Cross Trading – owned by Hugo Jinkis and his son, Mariano – bought TV rights for Uefa Champions League football in 2006 for $111,000 (£78,000) and immediately sold them on to Ecuadorian TV broadcaster Teleamazonas for $311,170 (£220,000).
Cross Trading also paid $28,000 (£20,000) for the rights to the Uefa Super Cup, selling those to Teleamazonas for $126,200 (£89,000).
The contract came to light after 11 million documents were leaked from Mossack Fonseca.
- Credit: bbc.co.uk