Fulham youngster Harvey Elliott has rejected a new contract.
A number of top clubs have been linked with the highly-rated 16-year-old, who made his Whites debut in a Carabao Cup tie at Millwall last September, when he was still 15.
At 16 years and 30 days, he became the youngest-ever Premier League player when he came on as a late substitute in Fulham’s defeat against Wolves in May.
The club have been keen to cement his future at Craven Cottage but now face the prospect of losing him.
Meanwhile, Fulham have announced that youngsters Jayden Harris, Tyrese Francois, Moritz Jenz, Nicolas Santos-Clase and Taye Ashby-Hammond have extended their contracts.