PSV Eindhoven are aiming to sell starlet Zakaria Bakkali this summer and have accepted a bid from an unnamed club for the 18-year-old.
The highly-rated forward sees his contract at the Philips Stadion expire next summer, meaning he could well exit for a club of his choice in 2015.
PSV are keen to realize some value from the Belgian and have decided a sale in the current transfer window would be the best state of affairs.
And according to the Eindhovens Dagblad, PSV have accepted an offer for Bakkali from an unnamed club.
The name of the club has not been disclosed, but Liverpool are known to be seriously interested in Bakkali.
The ball is now in Bakkali's court to either accept or decline a move to the unnamed club, as PSV look to finally resolve the question of whether he is staying or going.
Bakkali made 16 appearances in the Eredivisie for PSV last term, scoring three goals, while he also featured in four Europa League games.
The 18-year-old has long been tipped for the top and even has a senior Belgium cap to his name.