A decision on the future of Malaysia's interim head coach Ong Kim Swee is expected to be made on Monday.
Kim Swee was appointed to the position earlier this month following Dollah Salleh's resignation after a disastrous run of results which culminated in a 10-0 defeat to the United Arab Emirates in a World Cup qualifying clash.
The 44-year-old is contracted to the Football Association Malaysia (FAM) as an Under-23 coach, and it has been reported that FAM would like Kim Swee to remain as a coach in the youth structures, but are looking to appoint a foreigner to oversee the senior side's progress.
According to The Star, Kim Swee's contract expires in December, and he is able to negotiate with other interested parties for the three months preceding the end of his contract.
Kim Swee was on the touchline during Malaysia's recent World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia which was abandoned in the dying moments after crowd trouble, with Saudi Arabia leading 2-1.