Barcelona have submitted a new, second offer of £60m for Chelsea winger Willian after their first bid was rejected.
The Catalans initially priced the Brazilian at £50m, but have now reportedly upped their figure.
Willian scored the opening goal of Chelsea's Champions League tie against Barcelona last season
According to the Mail, Barcelona's latest offer consists of £55m (plus £5m in add-ons) as they look to tempt the Blues into parting with the 29-year-old.
Willian impressed for his country at the 2018 World Cup, despite quarter-final elimination at the hands of Belgium.
Chelsea are understood to value their right-sided attacker at £70m and have no intention of selling him at present.
The situation at the club is currently very much unresovled with Antonio Conte sacked on Thursday, despite returning to pre-season training.