Chelsea attacker Christian Pulisic has decided to continue in Europe next season amid interest from the Saudi Pro League.
The USA international was a fringe player for the Blues last season, and he is expected to leave them in the coming weeks.
A number of Saudi clubs have expressed an interest in signing him, but Pulisic has no intention of moving there.
The former Borussia Dortmund man wishes to prolong his European club career. He could end up joining AC Milan.
The Rossoneri tried to sign the USA star on loan in January, but the Blues were reluctant to consider their proposal.
Milan could make a fresh attempt to land him in the coming weeks, but they are unlikely to pay a hefty transfer fee.
While Chelsea are looking for €40m for Pulisic, the Serie A giants may not pay more than €25m to secure his services.
Pulisic will enter the final year of his contract next month. He may need to accept a pay-cut on his €180,000-a-week wages to leave the club.