Manchester City reportedly risk losing Bernardo Silva to a European rival after missing out on Champions League success this season.
The Citizens suffered an away-goals defeat to Tottenham Hotspur in the quarter-finals, ending their hopes of landing an unprecedented quadruple.
Spanish outlet Don Balon suggests that Pep Guardiola has lost credit with his bosses and the club may now have to rethink which players stay on.
Bernardo has been a shining light for City this term, but the report indicates that he may be one of those to make way as Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are prepared to spend big to secure his signature.
PSG will allegedly offer the Portugal international a massive pay hike, while Madrid are after a player of Bernardo's ilk as part of their summer rebuild, though only if they miss out on Tottenham Hotspur ace Christian Eriksen.
In turn, City chief Nasser Al-Khelaifi may try to encourage the ex-Monaco man to stay on with a new deal, but it is claimed Bernardo will have the final say.