England coach Sam Allardyce expects to be sacked by the FA in the coming days.
The Sun says he has told friends he thinks he will be sacked as England manager.
The new Three Lions boss, who has only been in charge for one game, is accused of abusing his position to help businessmen “get around" FA transfer rules.
Allardyce, who replaced Roy Hodgson as manager in July, was quizzed by FA chiefs on Monday.
And after the meeting he told friends he believes the England bosses will sack him before next week's World Cup qualifier with Malta.
He is accused to meeting up with a bogus consortium, who were in fact undercover reporters posing as Far East businessmen who claimed they were interested in bringing overseas players to England.