Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Angel Gomes will leave Manchester United.
Gomes, 19, is out of contract at the club on Tuesday night and Solskjaer does not expect the forward to re-sign with the club.
"Got no news, nothing," Solskjaer said. "So doesn't look like it. To be honest, I've not heard from them last night or this morning, it seems like they haven't managed to agree so the answer is probably short and yes, then.
United refused to negotiate a short-term extension until the end of the season with Gomes and will only be entitled to a compensation fee if he moves to another club.
The MEN revealed Gomes rejected United's opening offer of a new deal earlier this season and the forward has been unconvinced about his playing prospects at the club.
Although United are understood to have submitted improved terms to Gomes, his representatives were 'underwhelmed' by the overall package. United assuaged some of Gomes's reservations about the direction of the club but Barcelona have tracked Gomes for over a year and Chelsea were linked with signing him last month. Gomes is represented by his father, Gil, and brother, Rico.
Gomes is the only senior academy graduate who is yet to commit at United after Tahith Chong, Mason Greenwood, Brandon Williams, James Garner, Ethan Laird, and Dylan Levitt inked extensions over the last 18 months. All six all debuted for United under Solskjaer.
Solskjaer has taken a dim view of Gomes's contract wranglings and omitted him from the last matchday squad against LASK Linz in March where he was the only outfield player to travel without making the 18. Gomes also spent nearly three months out of the first-team fold amid the dispute over his future.
Gomes became the fourth-youngest United player at the age of 16 years and 263 days against Crystal Palace in May 2017. He has made one start in the last seven months and his representatives failed with a desperate attempt to secure a loan move to a Premier League club on deadline day in January.