Bradley Beal has been the center of attention in NBA circles entering the offseason and his tenure with the Washington Wizards may be coming to an end. With just about a week until the 2023 NBA Draft, Beal and the Wizards are set to meet about his future with the franchise and explore the possibility of a trade, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Recently signing a five-year, $251 million max contract with the Wizards last offseason, Beal contains a true no-trade clause that will allow him to dictate whether he is traded and where he would be traded to. Beal, his agent and team president Michael Winger are staying in close contact in regards to trade talks leading up to this year's draft.

Unlike other trade discussions and scenarios around the league, Beal's is very different because of the no-trade clause in his contract. The Wizards cannot deal the three-time All-Star without his approval and he will also have a say in what the trade package involving him looks like as a whole.

The idea of starting fresh and going through some type of rebuild has become increasingly more likely for the Wizards since Winger took over the team's front office earlier this offseason and moving on from Beal has been a topic of discussion for quite some time. Spending his entire 11-year career with the Wizards, now may be the best time for Washington and Beal to part ways given their situations.

Beal, 29, has played some of the best basketball of his career in recent seasons and is looking to capitalize on the prime of his career. Washington's inability to surround him with viable, winning talent has resulted in frustrations setting in, making an offseason trade this summer likely.

As for teams who could pursue Beal, the Philadelphia 76ers have been linked to the All-Star guard recently and The Atheltic's Shams Charania mentioned the reigning Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat being a possible suitor as well. Trending towards a rebuild, the Wizards also have key decisions to make this offseason with Kristaps Porzingis and Kyle Kuzma, both of which own player options that they may decline to enter free agency.

Owning the No. 8 overall pick in the 2023 NBA Draft, the Wizards have some franchise-altering decisions to make over the next several days.