The Confederation of African Football, CAF have issued a statement terming the official referral announcement by Egypt Competitions Authority as unsubstantiated allegations.
The ECA had issued a statement in which it accused CAF president, Issa Hayatou of violating the broadcast law by not putting the Caf TV rights out to a competitive tender.
In June 2015, Caf granted the broadcasting rights of competitions in Africa to French group Lagardère from 2017 through to 2028.
The ECA claimed Caf renewed its deal with Lagardère without opening up bidding for other companies, accusing the African body of “abusing its dominant position”
Caf has denied the allegations.