According to the London Evening Standard, Chelsea have refused to increase Solanke's weekly pay from £7,000 to £50,000, meaning the home-grown starlet and two-time FA Youth Cup winner is expected to walk away when his contract expires at the end of the season.
Speaking to the media on Friday, Chelsea manager Antonio Conte admitted that there is uncertainty over Solanke's future at Stamford Bridge, commenting that he believes the player might wish to leave the club.
"I think, I am not sure, but I think [to leave] is his will," the Italian said.
Conte says for now Dominic Solanke is a Chelsea player but he does not know about the player's future. He thinks his will is to leave. #CFC— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) February 17, 2017
However, the report from the Standard seems to suggest that Liverpool don't actually want him and have denied any interest in signing the player.
Hampshire-born Solanke, who joined Chelsea in 2004 at the age of seven, was billed as a star of the future when he spearheaded the club's domestic and European dominance at youth level.
He has failed to translate that potential into first-team opportunities, though, and is yet to feature in a senior game this season. That is despite Conte continually offering chances to other home-grown starlets such as Nathaniel Chalobah, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Ola Aina.
The Italian has also spoken glowingly about Tammy Abraham, currently on loan at Bristol City.
Solanke, meanwhile, has been relegated to Chelsea's Under-23 squad.
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