Chelsea striker Fabio Borini is on the verge of leaving The Blues, with Parma the favourites to secure his signature.
The 19-year-old has been restricted to little more than a handful of appearances for Carlo Ancelotti's side since signing for the club in 2007 and a move back to his homeland appears on the cards.
The Italian under-21 international was due to make a move to Parma in the January transfer window, but a deal didn't come to fruition.
"His contract will expire on 30th June and I don't know anything about a possible renewal. I have not spoken to anyone at Chelsea," Borini's agent, Marco de Marchi told Itasportpress.it.
"Negotiations about a move to Parma in January the two clubs couldn't reach an agreement, but Parma are still interested. Talks could resume in the summer.
"There are many clubs interested in him - in Italy, England and all over the world.
"At the moment it is too early to say what will happen. We will have to wait and see what happens over the coming months."
Borini made his only start for Chelsea, during his four year career at Stamford Bridge, last season in the Carling Cup tie against Queens Park Rangers.