FIFA has refused to say whether Sepp Blatter or Jerome Valcke will attend the women's World Cup in Canada.
Blatter, who is reportedly under investigation by the FBI, would normally attend the finals but is remaining in Zurich following Tuesday's announcement that he is to step down as FIFA president.
Valcke, FIFA's secretary general, is also reported to be under investigation.
Asked if either was attending the women's World Cup, a FIFA spokesperson said via email: "Future travel plans will be confirmed in due course."
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