Platini was due to face a trial later this week having appealed his initial eight-year ban from all football-related activity, which was later reduced to six years.
However, a number of reports have now surfaced claiming that some or all of the charges have been dropped against the former UEFA president.
FIFA are yet to confirm whether or not the reports are true after Italian media outlets Sky and ANSA both claimed that the corruption charges have been unexpectedly binned.
Platini and Blatter have maintained their innocence throughout the investigation, which centres around a £1.35m payment from Blatter to Platini in 2011.
There have so far been no reports on the fate of Blatter, who is also appealing his own six-year ban from all football-related activity.