Gianluigi Donnarumma is stalling over a new deal with Serie A giants AC Milan, according to a report.
Despite turning 22 in February, Donnarumma has been the Rossoneri's number one shot-stopper for the past few years, racking up 246 appearances for the club since 2015.
However, the Italy international will see his current deal expire at the end of the season, and long-running contract talks with Milan are yet to bear fruit.
According to Sky Italia, Donnarumma has put negotiations on hold due to his desire to play in the Champions League - a competition which Milan are fighting to qualify for next season.
The goalkeeper is supposedly being monitored by Chelsea and Manchester United, while Juventus are also said to be interested but are far from guaranteed to secure Champions League football themselves.
Donnarumma has kept nine clean sheets in 32 Serie A appearances this season, but he is still waiting for his first taste of Champions League action.