Barcelona midfielder Sergi Roberto will make a decision on his future this week, according to Sport.
The Catalan publication report that the 25 year old has been growing increasingly frustrated with his lack of first team opportunities at the Camp Nou, and he is looking at his potential options in both England and Italy.
The Spanish international is said to be keener on a move to the Premier League, which means that Chelsea and Manchester United are ahead of both Juventus and AC Milan in the race to sign the midfielder.
Any club that offers €40million for Roberto will be able to speak to the player due to his release clause, and the decision is very much in the hands of the Barca star rather than his club.
The La Liga side are keen to keep the midfielder with Barca manager Ernesto Valverde emphasising yesterday his importance to the squad, but he has become unsettled after the arrival of both central midfielder Paulinho and right back Nelson Semedo, who will compete with him for a place in the starting eleven.