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FIFA's reputation depends on resolving allegations about Qatar's selection as the 2022 World Cup host, according to the governing body's anti-corruption advisers.
Barcelona was cleared Wednesday to sign new players during the offseason after FIFA froze the Spanish soccer club's one-year transfer embargo pending an appeal.
Anti-corruption advisers appointed by FIFA say it's important to give "a convincing and transparent answer" to allegations about Qatar's selection as 2022 World Cup host.
FIFA's top World Cup official visited the stadium that will host the tournament opener in less than two months and said there is "not a minute" to waste.
Qatar organizers are yet to decide whether to build all 12 stadiums outlined in their successful bid to host the 2022 World Cup.
Tickets for nearly two-thirds of the World Cup matches sold out within hours of FIFA opening the final phase of online sales.
The World Cup will showcase the latest in TV technology that industry leaders hope will usher in a new era in sports broadcasting.
FIFA says nearly 200,000 tickets will be available in the last online sales phase for the World Cup in Brazil.
FIFA's medical chief is "really not happy" with drug-testing plans for the World Cup in Brazil because samples taken from players must be flown across the Atlantic for analysis at a laboratory in Switzerland, which could slow results.