Tottenham Hotspurs manager Harry Redknapp, who has one-year left in his current contract, would start talks over his future at the club on Thursday amid fears within players that he might quit the club.
Redknapp is due to meet club chairman Daniel Levy to start planning for next season and beyond. In addition to transfer targets and budgets, negotiations about a new deal will also commence, The Sun reports.
He Spurs to a top-four finish but were denied a Champions League place by Chelsea's win over Bayern Munich in the final.
Several senior players are concerned Redknapp has barely 12 months left on his deal and feel the club should sort it out immediately.
Spurs were bottom of the Premier League when Redknapp took over in October 2008, and he took them into the Champions League for the first time in the club's history two years ago and narrowly missed out again this year.
Redknapp had minor heart surgery last year and was a leading contender for the England job until it went to Roy Hodgson. He has insisted Tottenham would be his last role in club management. (ANI)