Fulham midfielder Emerson Hyndman will leave the club amid a raft of interest from top European clubs, according to the Sun.
The American international has emerged as one of the most promising youngsters at the club despite their terrible season in the Championship, emerging as a top talent under Slavisa Jokanovic.
However, with this contract at Craven Cottage due to expire, the 20-year old has reportedly told club officials he will be leaving.
The likes of Celtic, Borussia Dortmund and AC Milan are all believed to be tracking him, meaning the Cottagers will only receive minimal compensation.
He is not thought to have yet made a concrete decision as to where he will be playing next season, though it is looking all but certain he will leave the Championship strugglers.
Teammate Moussa Dembele looks like doing the same thing, with London rivals Chelsea said to be nearing a deal for the French forward.
Fulham will no doubt be aiming to improve on a miserable season next year, having only ensued survival late on into the campaign.