Chelsea are facing the possibility of losing three of their best youngsters – with one of them having already bid farewell to his teammates.
Livramento, Lewis Bate and Myles Peart-Harris all have one year left on their respective contracts at the club and have rejected offers to extend their deals, The Athletic report.
Bate was named on the bench against Sheffield and Bayern last campaign but is ‘not convinced about his place at the club, according to reports.
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The player has told Chelsea he does not want to sign a new contract and wants to join a club that can provide a better pathway to regular first-team football.
West Ham, Leeds United, Liverpool, Leicester City and Brighton & Hove Albion have all expressed an interest , in Bate.
Peart-Harris meanwhile is reported to be on the verge of joining Brentford and has said goodbye to his teammates, according to reports.
The midfielder was the joint-top scorer in the Chelsea development squad last campaign with 11 goals in 23 matches.
Livramento, Chelsea’s academy player of the year, is wanted by Brighton. While no deal is imminent, he is also eager to leave.
Chelsea have cashed in on two of their academy products this summer with Fikayo Tomori joining AC Milan after his loan spell last season.
Marc Guehi meanwhile moved to Crystal Palace on Sunday in a deal believed to be worth £20million.