The Panamanian newspaper El Universal has reported that US National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden will reveal himself to the world during an interview with The Guardian.
The story was published on Friday.
The Guardian is the largest English-language newspaper in the world and is the most influential of the world media outlets to publish Snowden’s leaks.
Snowden is in hiding in Moscow, where he has been granted temporary asylum in a transit camp.
The newspaper reported that the interview will be broadcast live on Sunday on El Universal’s website and will be aired live on El País television channel.
Snowdie, who has been holed up in Russia since 2013, has repeatedly said he fears arrest and that he is preparing to disclose information about the NSA and the US government.
The report added that Snowden will be accompanied by a lawyer.
The BBC has said it has not been made aware of any plans to air the interview.
A senior British government source told the BBC earlier this week that Snowden would not be able to meet with British officials in the UK, though he was in good spirits on Friday in Moscow.
Snowdens family has denied he fears prosecution in the United States.
He is expected to remain in Moscow and receive asylum, but it remains unclear whether the US would grant him full immunity from prosecution.