FIFA vice-president, Michel Platini could be facing a life ban from football, according to his lawyer.
The suspended UEFA chief is serving a 90-day suspension on corruption charges alongside outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter, while FIFA’s adjudicatory committee considers its verdict.
According to BBC Sports, Platini’s lawyer Thibaud d’Ales said the ethics investigators’ “excessive” recommendations are a “scandal”.
The adjudicatory committee led by German judge Hans Joachim Eckert, opened proceedings on Monday, after receiving the ethics committee’s recommendations. It intends to announce its verdict next month.