Gareth Southgate will be offered a four-year contract to become England manager on a full-time basis after the friendly with Spain.
The Telegraph reports Southgate, placed in interim charge following the departure of Sam Allardyce, will be approached over a deal that would run to 2020.
Southgate will be paid £1.5m-per-year, the report adds, £1m less than Allardyce, whose tenure ended in September after a newspaper sting, or Roy Hodgson, who left his post as national team manager following Euro 2016.
It’s noted, however, that Southgate’s contract will include incentives and performance-based bonuses, as well as a break clause that could be enacted after World Cup 2018.
The FA though intend to have former England Under-21 boss Southgate in charge of the Three Lions through to the next European Championships in 2020.
Aidy Boothroyd will replace Southgate as manager of the Under-21s, a position Southgate had held since 2013.
An England international in his playing days, winning 57 caps, Southgate also managed Middlesbrough between 2006 and 2009.
Southgate spent five years as a player on Teeside, having also represented Aston Villa and Crystal Palace, where he started his career.
The 46-year-old took charge of the senior England side for the first time in October, recording a 2-0 win over Malta before a goalless draw in Slovakia and a 3-0 victory over Scotland.
England are currently top of World Cup 2018 qualification Group F with 10 points from their four games and meet Spain in a friendly at Wembley on Tuesday evening.