John Delaney's future with the FAI may be decided later today when the association's board meets amid mounting political pressure over governance concerns.
There are reports the former CEO and current executive vice president has offered his resignation to the board, and a formal decision is likely within the next 24 hours.
It follows controversy over his refusal to answer questions at an Oireachtas committee last week about €100,000 loan he gave the organisation in 2017.
In a statement last night, the FAI insisted it is taking "many urgent steps" to address the governance and financial issues.
The British government's planning more talks with Labour today - hoping to reach an agreement on Brexit.
Theresa May wants the party to back her withdrawal deal after Brexit was extended last week until the end of October.
Labour, meanwhile, has been pushing for a customs union to be introduced once the UK leaves the EU.
Gardaí are renewing their appeal for information after a crash in Dublin a week ago.
75-year-old Tressa McKernan was knocked down by a motorbike in Ballinteer on April 8th.
She was seriously injured and taken to hospital for treatment, but she passed away on Saturday.
Almost €8.6 billion has been spent on Irish office property since the start of 2013.
New Savills Ireland research shows over 1.4 million square metres of Dublin office space has traded.
This means almost 40% of the city's entire office stock has changed hands over the last six years.
Guinness is removing plastic packaging from beer packs.
The company is replacing plastic ring carriers and shrink wrap with biodegradable cardboard for multipacks of Guinness, Harp and Smithwicks.