Callum Hudson-Odois switch to Bayern Munich is set to cause a player mutiny in Chelseas youth ranks, reports say.
The Chelsea youngster is pushing for a transfer to Bayern this month, with the German club lodging four bids for his services.
Bayern are yet to hear back about their fourth offer, which is thought to match Chelseas asking price for Hudson-Odoi.
Despite Bayerns offers, Chelsea continue to block their advances and the Mirror claim other youth players have been irked by the clubs conduct.
Parents of Chelsea academy stars are concerned signing new long-term deals will trap their youngsters at the club and make moving to another team very difficult.
Chelsea want Hudson-Odoi to pen a new five-year contract, but the 18-year-old has his sights set on joining Bayern who are offering him a key role within their side.
Hudson-Odoi has played just 42 minutes in the Premier League and made just seven appearances in total for Chelsea.
Maurizio Sarri handed Hudson-Odoi two starts in a row in the last week in a bid to convince the teenager he should stay at Stamford Bridge.
However, parents of Chelseas youth stars are concerned there is no route for the Blues academy players to the first team.
Hudson-Odoi was denied the chance to go out on loan in the summer, but then had to wait until November to make a start for Chelsea.
The £58million signing of Christian Pulisic has also been criticised, as parents see the addition of the 20-year-old a clear indication Chelsea do not rate their own youngsters.
A host of Premier League youngsters have left Englands top clubs in search of playing opportunities, and Hudson-Odoi could join the exodus which includes former Manchester City players Jadon Sancho and Brahim Diaz.