Chelsea have reportedly agreed a deal for Rangers' Billy Gilmour
Billy Gilmour has been linked with a move to a host of Europe's top clubs in recent months.
Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Barcelona were all said to have been tracking the 15-year-old midfielder.
However, football website Goal claims the Blues have seen off all the competition to sign the teenager.
Former Rangers boss Mark Warburton did not want to see Billy Gilmour leave
The report says Chelsea have agreed a £500,000 fee with Rangers for the exciting young talent.
He reportedly visited the Premier League club's Cobham training complex and was convinced to sign for the Blues.
Gilmour is currently too young to make the move but will link up with his new club once he turns 16 on June 11.
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The teenager has been impressing in Rangers' Under-20s side this season and has also turned out for Scotland's U17s.
English clubs and their scouting networks are such that they know all the players in Europe
He was expected to become Rangers' youngest ever player after training with the first team but Chelsea's agreement has now put paid to that.
"Billy Gilmour is a product of the academy, and the academy work so, so hard,” former Rangers boss Mark Warburton said last year.
“But the English clubs and their scouting networks are such that they know all the players in Europe, basically, so there’s no secrets there."