The verdict in the trial of ex-FIFA secretary general Jérôme Valcke and beIN Sports chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi is to be delivered tomorrow.
Valcke has been charged with accepting bribes, multiple counts of aggravated criminal mismanagement and falsification of documents in connection with the awarding of media rights for various FIFA World Cups and Confederations Cups.
Al-Khelaifi, a member of the UEFA Executive Committee and President of French club Paris Saint-Germain, has been charged with inciting Valcke to commit aggravated criminal mismanagement.
Prosecutors have requested a 36-month prison sentence for Valcke and a 28-month term for Al-Khelaifi.
When recommending prison sentences, prosecutor Joël Pahud did not oppose them being partly suspended, however.
Both will find out if they will receive these sentences tomorrow, following a 10-day trial at the Swiss Federal Criminal Court of Bellinzona in September.
Al-Khelafi is alleged by the prosecution to have given Valcke, who was banned from football for 10 years by FIFA, exclusive use of a luxury villa in Sardinia, which they say is linked to beIN Sports extending its Middle East and North Africa broadcasting rights for the 2026 and 2030 FIFA World Cups.
Both deny the charges.
Al-Khelaifi's defence has argued the rights in question were not undervalued, that the villa never belonged to Al-Khelaifi and there is no evidence of him inciting or encouraging Valcke to do something illegal.
The defence has also argued the trial was "muddied" by allegations of collusion between Swiss prosecutors and football's world governing body FIFA.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino and Switzerland's former Attorney General Michael Lauber were both charged with "obstructing criminal proceedings" in July.
Lauber resigned from his post because of the allegations.
Dinos Deris is also set to hear a verdict tomorrow and the prosecution has recommended the Greek businessman receive a 30-month sentence.
Valcke is accused of exploiting his position at FIFA to influence the awarding of media rights for Italy and Greece for FIFA World Cups and other tournaments between 2018 and 2030, in exchange for payments from Deris.
In court, Pahud accepted Valcke has "paid a significant personal price and that this is a mitigating factor".
Valcke told the court that he had been could not find another job, had been unable to open a bank account in Europe since 2017 and had to sell his yacht and jewellery.