According to Richard Jolly of ESPN, the future of Burnley striker Danny Ings is unlikely to be resolved in the next 10 days, but the in-demand striker is expected to make a decision before the European Under-21 Championships.
The 22-year-old scored 11 goals in the Premier League for Burnley this season, including a winner in their final-day victory over Aston Villa.
However, the striker is out of contract at the end of June but, as he is under 24, any deal will still require a transfer fee which will be determined by a tribunal unless a price is agreed with Ings' present club Burnley.
Ings has thus far attracted interest from Premier League clubs Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur, as per the Independent, but Real Sociedad manager David Moyes is still hopeful of landing the striker, as per the Daily Mail.
Ings, who has scored four goals in nine England U21 appearances, is a member of Gareth Southgate's squad for the European U21 Championships in the Czech Republic.
The former Bournemouth forward wants his future resolved before he heads off to represent his country at the Euros.
Liverpool need to bolster their attacking opinions with Daniel Sturridge's injury track recor taken into account, while Mario Balotelli, Rickie Lambert and Fabio Borini have all struggled in front of goal.
Tottenham, however, are in a more stable position on the attacking front. Harry Kane netted 31 goals throughout the season just gone, becoming the first Spurs striker to do so since Gary Lineker.