Former FIFA Governance Committee chairman Miguel Maduro will appear in front of a Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee hearing at the House of Commons in London tomorrow to discuss his time at the organisation, it has been confirmed.
The former Portuguese Government Minister was controversially axed from his role after eight months at the helm in May and is expected to speak about his departure and working under FIFA President Gianni Infantino.
Maduro was among a raft of key officials tasked with helping to repair and rebuild the shattered image of world football's governing body who were removed by Infantino at the Congress in Bahrain in May.
His testimony at the hearing at Portcullis House tomorrow could raise further questions as to the conduct of Infantino during his tenure in charge of FIFA so far.
Damian Collins, the head of the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee, confirmed to insidethegames that Maduro would be appearing.
The session will form part of the Committee's inquiry into sports governance, with a report due to be published later this year.
Maduro's mandate as the head of the Governance Committee was not renewed by the FIFA Council despite his appointment being hailed as crucial to the fight against corruption within the scandal-hit body.
Hans-Joachim Eckert and Cornel Borbély, who led the Adjudicatory and Investigatory Chambers of the FIFA Ethics Committee respectively, were also dismissed from their roles.
Infantino seemed to imply the reason for Maduro's departure was because of his European nationality.
This comes despite the fact that Tomaž Vesel, who is from Slovenia, was the only chairman of the five Independent Committees to retain his position for another four-year term.
Bloomberg reported that Maduro, who was replaced by former chief justice for the Indian High Court Justice Mukul Mudgal, was ousted due to his decision to block Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko from standing for re-election to the ruling Council.
Mutko, the former Sports Minister, was barred from entering the race due to his role within the Russian Government.