Fulham youngster Luke Harris is again being linked with a move to Chelsea.
The attacking midfielder is being tipped for a bright future in the game.
Harris, 17, penned his first professional contract earlier this month.
However, The Mirror are reporting that Chelsea are lining up a move worth a staggering £25 million with further payments taking it to £30 million.
Harris made his senior debut in a Carabao Cup clash against League Two side Crawley Town last month and has made the bench a couple of times in the Premier League so far this term.
The Jersey-born man has been a standout player for the Cottagers’ youth sides over recent years and is looking to follow in the footsteps of the club’s past academy stars like Ryan Sessegnon and Harvey Elliott.
Despite only making one first-team appearances to date, he has been called up to the Wales national team squad for their Nations League games against Belgium and Poland.
Fulham will be hoping that they can keep hold of him for as long as possible and the fact that he is now under contract until 2025 is a boost to their chances of keeping him.
However, the £30 million fee that is being mentioned by The Mirror would be very tough to turn down.