Tammy Abraham will listen to an offer from Brighton and Hove Albion before committing to a loan move to Newcastle United, according to reports.
The Chelsea striker was in red-hot form for Bristol City on loan last season, scoring 26 goals in all competitions.
As a result, the two promoted sides are chasing Abraham with an offer already on the table from the Magpies, the Telegraph claims.
Antonio Conte cannot guarantee him regular first team chances next season, and is eyeing a loan move to a fellow Premier League side to aid his development.
The report claims that the 19-year-old is awaiting an offer from Chris Hughton’s Brighton before committing his future.
SunSport claimed on Friday that Newcastle are willing to pay Abraham’s £25,000-a-week contract in full as they look for attacking re-enforcements.
The teenager became the first Bristol City player to scoop the Player of the Year award, the Young Player of the Year award and the clubs top scorer in the same season.