Ousmane Dembele reportedly still has a contract offer on the table from Barcelona, with the France international yet to make a decision on his future.
According to Sport, Dembele will return from his holiday this week and could meet Xavi over the next couple of days to discuss his current position.
The report claims that the Frenchman wants to stay at Barcelona but is demanding a better deal than the one that has been left on the table by the Catalan side.
The La Liga outfit are said to be keen to resolve the situation over the next couple of days, and they could release a statement confirming the attacker's departure in the early stages of this week.
Dembele enjoyed a relatively productive 2021-22 campaign for Barcelona, scoring twice and providing 13 assists in 32 appearances in all competitions.
The attacker was initially told to leave Camp Nou in January after refusing to sign a new deal, but he remained at the club and managed to work his way back into the side under Xavi.
"Dembele has an offer to stay, but we have no news that he's accepted it. We haven't had a reply from him," Barcelona boss Joan Laporta told reporters earlier this month.
Meanwhile, speaking in May, the attacker's agent Moussa Dembele insisted that they would remain "very respectful of all of the clubs" involved in the situation.
"Ousmane Dembele's future remains open and we are not going to enter into endless speculation," Football Espana quoted Moussa Dembele as saying.
"We are and have always been very respectful of all the clubs and we will continue in the same way as long as the process continues. When the time is right to make a decision, Ousmane will consider what is the best option for the future."
The attacker has scored 32 goals and registered 34 assists in 149 appearances for the Catalan outfit since joining the club from Borussia Dortmund in August 2017.