Mykhaylo Mudryk looks increasingly unlikely to join Bayer Leverkusen, who are said to be losing patience with Shakhtar Donetsk's changing negotiating tactics and demands.
However, according to Kicker and Bild, the 21-year-old's move to Germany could fall through, as Leverkusen are irritated by the changing negotiating tactics and demands of the Ukrainian champions.
Leverkusen made a new attempt to sign Mudryk last week, but have yet to agree a transfer fee with Shakhtar, with 'Die Werkself' adamant that they don't want to spend more than €20 million on the winger.
Manchester City youngster Samuel Edozie has previously been mentioned as an alternative to Mudryk.
However, the 19-year-old picked up an injury in an U21 game against Liverpool last Sunday, which is why Leverkusen are currently waiting and continuing to sound out the market.