Vikash Dhorasoo is likely to learn during the course of the week if he still has a future at Paris Saint Germain.
The midfielder was suspended by his club last month for publicly criticising coach Guy Lacombe.
Dhorasoo was summoned to a meeting with Alain Cayzac on Monday and the PSG chairman is set to take stock of matters before deciding whether the player has a future in the French capital.
"We will use the rules of any company," said Cayzac. "Football is not out of law. The meeting is not a debate, but each one gives his point of view.
"There will be no possible sanction before two days. I will act in the club's best interests.
"I am disappointed with the words and behaviour of Vikash, but it is not a personal matter."
The matter is threatening to overshadow on-field events at PSG, as the club were beaten at St Etienne on Sunday.
The 1-0 defeat heaped more pressure on Lacombe, but the coach is refusing to wilt.
"We didn't deserve to lose that match," he declared. "Our second period was remarkable, we had the means to win but we failed to take our chances."
Lacombe was unhappy with the way his side conceded against Les Verts.
"I regret the way we have conceded the goal," he added. "That is the kind of goal you can concede as juniors, but not as professionals.
"We also missed efficiency. I am very disappointed for the players who gave everything. They have not been rewarded."