Real Madrid have told Brahim Diaz they wish to sell him in January in order to fund reinvestment in their squad, according to Diario AS.
It follows on from a similar report in Marca earlier this month which stated that the playmaker is available for transfer, with Isco and Mariano Diaz also vulnerable.
The Malaga native joined Los Blancos in a €15m deal from Manchester City in January but now may find himself surplus to requirements.
The 20-year-old missed the majority of Madrid’s pre-season with a hamstring injury before suffering a fresh setback in late August with an abdominal injury.
Brahim featured in 11 matches last season after joining in a January deal from Manchester City and appears to have a bright future in the game, although there are already doubts if that will be at Madrid.
However, the youth international started four of their final five La Liga games last season, quelling reports that he would be allowed to leave on loan this summer - but the situation appears to have developed again.
The player’s father has since become his agent and it had appeared that his long-term future lies in Madrid, although he has yet to be afforded more first-team opportunities this season.
Christian Eriksen and Donny van de Beek have both been strongly linked to Madrid, which would further limit Brahim’s opportunities.