Ex-China and Lyon boss Alain Perrin was the last candidate to be interviewed by Thailand officials for the vacant head coach position on Monday.
Football Association of Malaysia have asked the Asian Football Confederation for their national team base to be moved to the southern state of Johor.
Former Ghana boss Milovan Rajevac has "already been chosen" as new Thailand head coach to replace Kiatisuk Senamuang according to Thai-language media.
Former Ghana boss Milovan Rajevac, a Serbian, became the latest candidate to be interviewed for the position of Thailand head coach on Tuesday.
AFC general-secretary Datuk Windsor John believes Malaysian football could be helped by the passion and enthusiasm of its new Royal president.
Dutch coach Frank Rijkaard is the latest big name to show interest in the vacant Thailand job after last month's resignation of Kiatisuk Senamuang.