Swansea boss Garry Monk will hold talks with those behind the scenes at the club as speculation surrounding his future mounts, report talkSPORT.
The 36-year old has endured a torrid run of results at the Liberty Stadium in recent months, winning just one in 11 Premier League games.
Despite largely earning plaudits for his efforts in taking over from Michael Laudrup during the early part of his reign recent results have led to suggestions he could soon be shown the door.
Though there had been talk that chairman Huw Jenkins had already relieved his former player of his duties, they appear to be wide of the mark, but the pair will reportedly meet up today to discuss his future.
Monk led the Swans to eighth place in the Premier League last season and had been touted as a potential candidate for a future England job.
Former Manchester United boss David Moyes has been mooted as a potential replacement should the Welsh club decide to wield the axe.