Former Uefa president Michel Platini is being puzzled by way of French anti-corruption investigators over the awarding of the 2022 International Cup to Qatar.
Platini, 63, used to be head of Ecu soccer’s governing frame till being banned in 2015 for ethics breaches.
The previous France midfielder and three-time Ballon d’Or winner has all the time denied any wrongdoing.
Qatar beat bids from USA, Australia, South Korea and Japan in 2010.
Platini is being puzzled in Nanterre, a suburb in western Paris.
Officers had been investigating alleged corruption hooked up to the 2018 and 2022 International Cups for the previous two years and had been reported to have interviewed Sepp Blatter, the previous president of worldwide governing frame Fifa, in 2017.
Platini used to be banned over a 2m Swiss francs (£1.3m) “disloyal fee” from Blatter, who used to be additionally banned from soccer for his section within the subject. Blatter has additionally all the time denied any wrongdoing.
Platini’s eight-year ban used to be later decreased to 4 on attraction and can expire in October 2019.
Qatar’s bid group has been prior to now accused of corruption, however used to be cleared following a two-year Fifa inquiry.