Football Association chairman Greg Dyke says Fifa is “like a soap opera”, after president Sepp Blatter was

questioned as part of a Swiss criminal inquiry.

Blatter, 79, is accused of signing a contract that was “unfavourable” to world football’s governing body and making a “disloyal payment” to Uefa president Michel Platini.

Blatter denies any wrongdoing and his lawyer says he is co-operating fully.

“Clearly the organisation is in chaos,” Dyke told the BBC.

“What is important is that we have a proper reform programme so that we don’t ever see Fifa in this state again,” he added.

The Swiss attorney general’s office said Blatter was questioned on Friday and his office was searched.

He faces a charge of criminal mismanagement or misappropriation, relating in part to a TV rights deal he signed with former Caribbean football chief Jack Warner in 2005.

In 2005, Blatter signed a contract for World Cup TV rights with the Caribbean Football Union, controlled by Warner. His company later sold the rights on for an $11m (£7.2m) profit.