Police have detained some 60 people, including the chairman of champions Fenerbahce, since Sunday in a probe which has sent shockwaves through Turkey, hit clubs' share prices and triggered uncertainty surrounding a multi-billion dollar league.
More than 20 of the suspects have already been sent to an Istanbul courthouse after questioning at police headquarters. There they face prosecutors before the court rules whether to remand them in custody or release them.
Federation chairman Mehmet Ali Aydinlar met the prosecutor handling the case on Tuesday, under pressure to act soon. The Turkish league begins on Aug.7 and UEFA has set a deadline of July 15 for confirmation of the team taking part in the third Champions League qualifying round.
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