World Cup sponsor adidas said they are "confident" the allegations of corruption surrounding Qatar's World Cup bid were "being dealt with as a priority".
A spokeswoman told ITV News:
Adidas enjoys a long-term and successful partnership with Fifa that we are looking forward to continue.
Having said that, the negative tenor of the public debate around Fifa at the moment is neither good for football nor for Fifa and its partners.
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