Arsenal majority shareholder Stan Kroenke is flying to London next week.
The Sun says Kroenke will jet into London to discuss Arsene Wenger's future, according to reports.
The American billionaire, 69, has been the subject of protests and unrest at the Emirates, with fans furious at his running of the club.
Since taking over control in April 2011, Arsenal have failed to make a serious challenge for the Premier League title and have won just two trophies.
Despite their lack of success, season ticket and ticket prices have increased year on year and prices are the most expensive in Britain.
Kronke – the man who once said “I didn't buy an Arsenal stake to win trophies" – is now reportedly set to fly into London ahead of the FA Cup final.