Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich and director Marina Granovskaia will reportedly meet with manager Maurizio Sarri to discuss the future of Willian this week.
The Daily Mail reports that the Blues are as yet undecided on whether to accept Barcelona's latest offer for the 29-year-old, who will turn 30 before the start of the new Premier League season.
However, Chelsea would prefer to sell Willian to a foreign team rather than to rivals Manchester United, while the player himself is also thought to be keen on a move to Camp Nou.
Abramovich, Granovskaia and Sarri will meet this week to discuss potential outgoings and incomings, including the possibility of using the Willian fee to help rebuild their squad.
CSKA Moscow midfielder Aleksandr Golovin is another reported target for Sarri's side, despite facing competition for his signature from Monaco, while they have also been credited with an interest in Manchester United winger Anthony Martial.