Fifa’s ethics committee is meeting in Zurich to discuss the cases of Sepp Blatter, head of the world soccer body, and Uefa president Michel Platini.
The adjudicatory chamber can suspend officials for up to 90 days, as it did when seven Fifa officials were arrested in Zurich in May.
The paper said the ethics panel’s chamber had gathered on Monday in Zurich, FIFA’s home town.
“Everything suggests that decisions on the future of soccer titans Blatter and Platini are imminent,” Swiss newspaper Tages-Anzeiger said.
A spokesman for the chamber declined comment.
Both have denied any wrongdoing.
Former Senegal Sports Minister Abdoulaye Diop, a member of the chamber, told Senegal’s state news agency APS this week that the commission would address the cases of Blatter, Platini and FIFA presidential hopeful Chung Mong-joon this week.
South Korean Chung said this week he was facing a 15-year suspension by FIFA’s ethics committee that has “sabotaged” his election campaign but denied wrongdoing.
Chung told a news conference in Seoul he was being charged with violating six articles from FIFA’s Code of Ethics, which he said originated from his “support” for South Korea’s 2022 World Cup bid and his proposal to launch a Global Football Fund.