FIFA president Gianni Infantino will be interviewed by a senior figure from the world governing body's ethics committee over allegations he breached its code of ethics, it was reported on Thursday.

According to the BBC, Infantino will meet with Robert Torres from the ethics committee, who also serves as chief justice of the supreme court of Guam, as part of a preliminary investigation into issues including potential conflicts of interest and expenses claims.

If the ethics committee concludes there is enough evidence to launch a formal inquiry, Infantino could be suspended for up to 90 days.

Infantino, who replaced Sepp Blatter in the top job in February and promised to "restore the image and respect of FIFA", strongly denies the allegations.

A FIFA spokesperson told BBC Sport: "The FIFA president has stated publicly he fully respects the independence and work of the ethics committee and that he would provide, if required, whatever information necessary to facilitate any potential review by the committee.

"The president has made clear that he has acted appropriately and in accordance with FIFA's code of ethics."

According to the BBC report, the preliminary meeting between Infantino and ethics committee representatives could take place as early as Friday.

Meanwhile, a minimum four-year ban has been recommended for former FIFA executive committee member Worawi Makudi by the investigatory chamber of the governing body's ethics committee.

Dr Cornel Borbely, the ethics committee chairman, also recommended Makudi be fined a minimum of 25,000 Swiss francs (just over £19,000), it announced on Friday, after the conclusion of his investigation into the former Football Association of Thailand (FAT) president.

A statement read: "The chairman of the investigatory chamber of the ethics committee recommended imposing a sanction of a ban for no less than four years and a fine of no less than 25,000 Swiss francs on Mr Makudi for alleged violation of the general rules of conduct (art. 13 par. 1 to 3 of the FIFA Code of Ethics (FCE), loyalty (art. 15 FCE), forgery and falsification (art. 17 FCE) and the obligation of the parties to collaborate (art. 41 FCE).