Barcelona have come to terms with losing talented youngster Antonio Sanabria, reports Catalan daily Sport.
The Catalans did their best to try and persuade one of their hottest prospects to sign a new contract at Camp Nou, but it appears they have failed in their quest.
According to Sport, Barcelona officials have decided to cash in on the player in January after he rejected a new three-year deal.
AS Roma are believed to be leading the chase for the 17-year-old forward, who has a €3 million release clause inserted in his current deal.
However, Juventus, Chelsea and PSG have all expressed interest, meaning there is a lot of competition for the player’s signature at the moment.
Antonio Sanabria looks set to leave the Catalans without making a single appearance for the senior side, although he did feature in 7 Segunda matches for Barcelona B this term. The youngster has also earned 3 Paraguay caps.