The Boundary Commission for Scotland is releasing its revised proposals for changes to the constituencies for the House of Commons, with the country's MPs being reduced from 59 to 52.
In the commission's initial proposals published last year, the Glasgow North constituency would disappear and be split among three neighbouring areas.
It would mean sitting MP Ann McKechin would lose her seat unless she challenged one of her Labour colleagues for another city seat.
If the proposals stand, most of the constituency would move into an enlarged Glasgow Central, currently held by Labour's Deputy Scottish leader Anas Sarwar.
The rest would be split between Glasgow North West and North East, held by John Robertson and Willie Bain respectively.
Changes are being brought in as the UK coalition Government implements plans to reduce the overall number of MPs from 650 to 600 across the UK.
It was initially feared Glasgow could lose two MPs if not enough people registered on the electoral roll, but following a recent drive to encourage more people to register to vote, the city has enough voters to merit six MPs.
When the initial proposals were announced, Hugh Buchanan, Secretary to the Commission, said: "The Commission has worked intensively to design this set of constituencies.
"We now want to get people's views on these proposals so we can improve them where the legislation allows us to do so."
In other parts of the west of Scotland some constituencies disappear, with Central Ayrshire being split between North Ayrshire & Arran and Kyle & Cumnock; Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East is split between Cumbernauld & Coatbridge North and East Dunbartonshire & Kilsyth.
The changes, if approved would see some seats changing party.
East Dunbartonshire, held by the LibDems, takes in Kilsyth which is expected to be a Labour seat.
Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale, the only Tory seat in Scotland, is enlarged to include Dumfries and also loses some rural areas, making it likely to fall to Labour
The revised plans will be revealed next Wednesday.