Manchester City attacker Raheem Sterling is keen on leaving the club when the transfer window reopens in January.
The England international has fallen down the pecking order this term with the vast competition for places in the squad.
He has made just three league starts this season with Jack Grealish and Phil Foden preferred ahead of him in the XI.
According to The Mail, the forward will push for a fresh challenge away from the Cityzens at the turn of the year.
While his contract expires in 20 months’ time, the Cityzens are unlikely to let him go cheaply in January or next summer.
Barcelona failed with a summer approach to sign him, and they are expected to return with a loan bid with a buy option.
The Cityzens want around £60m for their prized asset, and they could snub a loan proposal midway through the campaign.