Fifa president Sepp Blatter has revealed that he expects the investigation concerning corruption in the governing body of world football to be concluded next month.
Additionally, the 75-year-old also maintained that there would be no action against ex- Concacaf head Jack Warner, who resigned from all football positions last Monday.
Warner and AFC president Mohamed Bin Hammam - who was contesting against Blatter during the Fifa presidential elections, prior to being suspended - were accused to bribery and the former decided to step down from all football related activities, while the Qatari chose to fight the allegations.
"The ethical committee is working on it and will come to a decision during the course of July," Blatter told reporters in Berlin before the women's World Cup.
Concerning Warner, he added: "We know that he has resigned, so there will be no inquiry into him."