Premier League giants Chelsea are "willing to agree" a convincing deal for Manchester United midfielder Angel Gomes, according to the UK Independent.
Chelsea are planning a deal that will see Gomes switch to Stamford Bridge in this summer's transfer window.
Gomes has already rejected a £ 25,000 bonus offer from Man United to stay at Old Trafford.
The 19-year-old, whose contract expires June 30, thinks he can get much better deals elsewhere.
His agent, Pini Zahavi, is now in discussions with a number of clubs to sound out the best deal for the young boy.
Meanwhile, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær confirmed Monday morning during the pre-match press conference Gomes appears to be leaving the club after failing to agree on a new contract.
"I haven't heard from him [Gomes] yesterday or this morning, so it seems like they haven't been able to agree on anything.
“The answer is probably short – yes [he could leave at the end of his contract]. "
Gomes stood only twice off the bench for the Premier League Red Devils so far this campaign.
England's Under-20 squad also started three times for Solskær's side in the Europa League.