Munir El Haddadi has reportedly rejected the offer of a new contract with Barcelona and will leave as a free agent in the summer.
The 23-year-old has seen his path to the first team blocked since returning from loan spells with Valencia and Alaves, making just 11 appearances all season - seven of those from the bench.
Barca had hoped to negotiate fresh terms with Munir to prevent him from leaving for nothing at the end of the season, but ESPN reports that the Spain international has decided that his future will be better served elsewhere.
The Catalan giants may now look to find a bidder for Munir this month, with interest being shown from clubs in Spain and Italy.
Reports elsewhere suggest that Sevilla have already struck a deal to sign the Barca academy product in six months' time.